Books I Read in May 2021

John Green’s book, “The Anthropocene Reviewed,” was absolutely delightful.

Reading List

John Green’s book, The Anthropocene Reviewed, was absolutely delightful. It’s an anthology of essays “reviewing” various facets and quirks of human life and it’s just a lovely, occasionally sad, occasionally hopeful read. 10/10, would read again.

Jen Gunter’s book, on the other hand, was a lot of work. I mean, good work, tons of great information, but a lil’ bit text-booky. I’m still working my way through it, but I’m counting it here for May.

  1. STtOS: The Entropy Effect, Vonda N. McIntyre
  2. Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Gene Roddenberry
  3. STtOS: Web of the Romulans, M.S. Murdock
  4. STtOS: Metamorphosis, Jean Lorrah
  5. The Anthropocene Reviewed, John Green
  6. The Menopause Manifesto: Own Your Health Through Facts and Feminism, Dr. Jen Gunter

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