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- Lady Killers: Deadly Women Throughout History by Tori Telfer – I needed a true crime listen after finding the podcast My Favorite Murder (which sounds really bizarre out of context, but in short it’s two women who are into true crime going over two cases per episode.) This turned out to be a really awesome read about some of the most notorious women killers in history as well as how the public chooses to perceive them.
- The Farthest Shore by Ursula K. Le Guin – Book three of the Earthsea chronicles done! This one went flowed a lot better than the previous two, but it still had some odd pacing issues in terms of plot. But I enjoyed the added mystery as well as the chance to see Ged through someone else’s eyes, yet again.
I’m reading a lot but these two are my focus right now.
- Tehanu by Ursula K. Le Guin – This apparently was written with the intention of correcting past mistakes and adding stronger female characters.
- Stolen Enchantress but Amber Argyle – This a review book. I’ve read nearly all other books by Argyle, so I’m quite curious to see how it goes.