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Starr is beautifully written and I felt like I was reading transcripts (in the best way) rather than a novel. Angie Thomas is a wonder and I’m deeply grateful for these stories. 10/36 #dotsarareads#36booksin12months
The economy is one of those things people like to pretend is mysterious & unknowable (especially for people like me) and for far too long, I bought it. No longer. Reich’s explanations and examples are a good start to get your rolling. 9/36 #dotsarareads#36booksin12months
If you use computers and software… you should read this. Whoever told you technology is neutral lied to you, this starts to explain why & how. Get it. 8/36 #dotsarareads#36booksin12months
So. fun. Much like Shakespeare, I had to give up trying to keep names and relationships straight pretty quickly; just keep going. 7/36 #dotsarareads#36booksin12months
Fog season is my favorite.
To the extent that you can enjoy stories (and essays and poems) about income inequality, I have enjoyed this book. It’s well-constructed and I liked the heavy mix of fiction and non-fiction. 6/36 #dotsarareads#36booksin12months