Everything I read and bought in December!
The opposite of racist isn't not racist, it's antiracist. Kendi explores what antiracism means in different parts of life.
After throwing herself into work to escape the loss of her sister, Leena gets sent on a two month sabbatical, where she ends up living at her grandmother's house in the countryside. Meanwhile, her grandmother Eileen goes to live in Leena's flat in London in order to do the things she missed out on.
A year after the revelations in Oathbringer, technology has advanced, but Navani and her scholars realize there is still so much that they don't know. The fight against Odium continues, and everyone must help in what ways they are able.
After the events of Wicked Fox, Miyoung and her group of friends are left changed. Somin has started seeing ghosts, signaling a greater change in the world, so with the help of the dokkaebi Junu, she must save her friends and the world.
This book presents stories, data, research, and case studies showing how women are left out of the data that drives our world, resulting in products, policies, and environments suited to men.
After narrowly escaping death at the hands of her mother, Lou and the crew must figure out where they are safe and how they can defeat Morgane.
After moving home after college, Jessica runs into Beau, the boy from her hometown that she's had a crush on since she was a teenager, but through a bizarre chain of events, she becomes involved with his twin, Duane.
Everything I read and bought in November!
Poppy has been told since she was a child that the fate of her people relies on her sacrifice as the Maiden. She's had faith in that, even though no one will tell her exactly what it means, and she begins to question her role once she meets her mysterious new guard, Hawke.