Listening Library [4]

Hello!

It’s been a minute. 🙂 This week’s audiobook haul includes three non-fiction that I’m super pumped to get from my library. I’m also excited to listen to Ms. Acevedo’s recent release, and while The Right Swipe received some polarizing reviews, I decided to see what the big hoopla was about. So here are the books I downloaded this week:

With The Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo | Color Me In by Natasha Diaz | The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai | Normal People by Sally Rooney
Permanent Record by Edward Snowden | America’s Reluctant Prince by Steven M. Gillon | Inside Out by Demi Moore

I listened to Permanent Record by Edward Snowden. This book is not so much about what happened in 2012 when he exposed how NSA was surveilling the American people without their consent and how the information was collected. Rather, this is about how he arrived to the decision to forgo his freedom for the sake of exposing his government’s intrusion. It was interesting and it made me think about how I feel about my privacy being invaded for the safety of the country. I’m still thinking about it.

I just finished Demi Moore’s memoir. I loved this one. She was brutally honest about her childhood, her dysfunctional parents, her rape, her addictions, her marriages, and how she’s trying to break free from her past by confronting the ugly truths about it all. I will probably pick up a physical copy at some point.

I’m really excited about all these books, especially the JFK jr one.

Let me know what you’re listening to this week!

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