Answer in the Form of Questions: A Definitive History and Insider's Guide to Jeopardy! by Claire McNear
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Hey, same for me! It's been familiar stuff for the most part, but really well written.Starting Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot, which is by the woman who started the #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen discussion in 2013. Been meaning to read it since it came out last year as I heard a lot of very divisive things about it but not too much specifically about the content.
This is a VERY good book and highly recommended. A dark premise but I like that the ending pulls her out of her depression without wrapping everything up neatly as she's still struggling with rent but has reconnected with the people she needs. Also heckling her brother to ask his future husband out was adorable. Also I really like the protagonist. She's complicated in a great way.
It’s a fun adventure! Severian cheats death early and often. I didn’t realize going in that it was a direct sequel, or I would have read it a while ago. It’s less winking and more jabbing you with its elbow, but that’s fine by me. After the structure & mystery of New Sun it’s nice to have a quick book that just lets you know how everything turns out.How did you feel about Urth?????????????????????
I liked that book a lot, but I wouldn't exactly call it satire. Felt generally serious all the way through for me.