Review: The Best Kind of People by Zoe Whittall

George Woodbury is a beloved science teacher who once saved the local school from an armed shooter. Fast forward a decade and the same science teacher is in prison after being accused of sexual misconduct with four students. The Best Kind of People by Zoe Whittall is the story of the family as they await … Continue reading Review: The Best Kind of People by Zoe Whittall

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Liana’s Dance by Rosanne Hawke

Liana is a Pakistani-Australian teenager who attends Pines International school in the remote mountains of Pakistan. It is just after the killing of Osama bin Laden and there has been a sharp increase in terrorist activity throughout the country... Especially against Americans (any white person, really). One day while she is with friends in the … Continue reading Liana’s Dance by Rosanne Hawke

My Weekend’s Booked: A Book Review of Chemistry

Published recently, Chemistry is the novel of a young Chinese American woman who after years of study and being in academia finds her life in sudden free fall. I picked this book up because I mean, women in science, but also that it was recommended for fans of Lab Girl (which I loved). However this was not the … Continue reading My Weekend’s Booked: A Book Review of Chemistry