Supervisor at the Harriston Branch, and lover of books and board games. After work if I'm not curled up with a cup of tea and a book, I'm probably watching TV or out for a long rambling walk with my dogs.
"One of the most fascinating parts of dystopian fiction is seeing the parallels between the stories, and the times in which they were written. These books remain as relevant today as they were in the decade in which they were published."
The author recounts her life growing up with her survivalist Mormon family in Idaho. She lacked any formal education, but began to educate herself and taught herself enough to be admitted to Brigham Young University and then Cambridge.
"I would recommend this book to any white reader who is looking for a place to start when reading about systemic racism. This book was written, in large part, for people who think they aren't racist at all because they don't say overtly racist thin..."
"Hilarious, always inventive, this is a book for all, especially uptight English teachers, bardolaters, and ministerial students." —Dallas Morning NewsFool—the bawdy and outrageous New York Times bestseller from the unstoppable Christopher Moore—...