Book Review: Bad Feminist is series of smartly written and sharply observant essays in which Gay talks about what it means to be a feminist—to accept flawed women and critique respectability politics.
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Book Review: Swing Time follows the nameless, self-absorbed protagonist as she navigates childhood with a controlling (and slightly sociopathic) best friend, Tracey, then adulthood, when she works as the personal assistant for Aimee, a famous superstar.
I thought first about making a booklist of uplifting reads. Instead, I’ve chosen instead to compile a booklist of dystopic fiction and novels set in a time of tyranny.