New to the #top10 list, ‘Banking Bad’ by journalist Adele Ferguson, a candid retelling on the work it took to reveal the truths about Australia’s financial institutions. A relevant read! @harpercollinsaustralia #adeleferguson
52. A strong young woman in 1920s rural Mexico wishes to escape the drudgery of tending to her awful grandfather and his big house - and finds adventure and danger with the Lord of Death. Great fun for those interested in Mayan mythology and/or brave women with dreams. #prettywellread#prettywellread2019
Book_Lovers 📚📓📖. Follow @jamilrehman580 @jay_books_580 . I read this book in a single night, it was so much page turning that I couldn't wait for another day to complete this. Bhagat Singh, a man of his words, a man of focus, a man of commitment, a man of heart and a man of history. At a very young age of 23 he accepted the invitation of death and devoted himself for the freedom of his country. Here's a single qoute of this brave man, that I'm writing below. "I will climb the gallows gladly and show to the ...
So I forgot to share this after finishing it, but this was probably the best book I've read so far this year. If you love time travel, badass women in leadership roles, and representation of minorities in your fiction, here's my recommendation. . #timetravel#thepsychologyoftimetravel
Loving Carry On! It started a little slow and I felt like I’d missed some info but it slowly weaves it in and is really starting to pick up! Baz and Simon have great chemistry and I’m super intrigued to see how it wraps up. Also so excited for Wayward Son 🙏🏼
What are your feelings on unlikable characters? Something I’ve come to realize as I’ve read more books, there are certain types of unlikable characters that I love to bits. I love characters who don’t try to hide how vicious they can be and characters who may have strong douchebag characteristics, but have characters who they are softer and more human with (Looking at you Ronan) . . . . #bookstagram#bookstgrammer
It is no accident that this homeplace, as fragile and as transitional as it may be, a makeshift shed, a small bit of earth where one rests, is always subject to violation and destruction. For when a people no longer have the space to construct homeplace, we cannot build a meaningful community of resistance. / bell hooks (2014). “Yearning: Race, Gender, and Cultural Politics”, p.61, Routledge / (1952-present) . . . #literature#novels
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