So, I read a lot of books in the past couple months, and I'm in a bit over my head. But I'm going to try to break it down with this chronological list, and some six word reviews.
20. The Lonely Polygamist by Brady Udall
Brings (polygamous) Mormons mainstream; hilariously appropriate.
21. On the Same Track: How Schools Can Join the Twenty-First Century Struggle Against Resegregation by Carol Corbett Burris
Tracking is evil: get on board.
25. The Creation of Eve by Lynn Cullen
Renaissance woman artist serves queen: awesome.
26. Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
Surprise, she's a half-dragon! Not.
28. Kindred by Octavia Butler
Grueling reflection on slavery: must-read.
29. Course Correction by Ginny Gilder
Rowing, divorce, Olympics, and LGBT memoir.
30. Earthly Joys by Philippa Gregory
Gardening and enclosure in Jacobean England.
31. Brazen by Katherine Longshore
YA done right in Tudor England.
32. Shadow Scale by Rachel Hartman
Surprise, they're all half-dragons! Not.