#ReadWomen – International Women’s Day 2017

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A thought after something was mentioned in the ROSBC (you can join my book club HERE) and as a result of it a one-stop shop of brilliant books written by women that I’ve read in the last 3 years or so that you might not have stumbled on from every possible genre.

All have full reviews if you click on the title.

Shirley Jackson – We Have Always Lived In The Castle

Margaret Atwood – The Handmaid’s Tale

Naomi Klein – This Changes Everything

Susan Cain – Quiet – The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking

Emily St. John Mandel – Station Eleven

Laline Paull – The Bees

Sara Baume – Spill, Simmer, Falter, Wither

Lisa McInerney – The Glorious Heresies

Louise O’Neill – Asking For It

Sarah Crossan – One

Anakana Schofield – Martin John

Jess Kidd – Himself

Liz Nugent – Lying In Wait

Rose George – Deep Sea And Foreign Going

Becky Chambers – A Long Way To A Small Angry Planet / A Closed And Common Orbit

Maggie O’Farrell – This Must Be The Place

Hanya Yanagihara – A Little Life

Chimanda Ngozi Adiche – Americanah

 

EDIT – Don’t forget all the action regarding books is happening on the Rick O’Shea Book Club these days. We had member number 6,000 last night…

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