What I'm Reading in January
I confess that the book I'm completely obsessed with is the same book that a lot of Americans are reading right now: Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff. It is as compelling and laughable as the best gossip rag, while also being horrifying and, in some places, downright chilling. I'm listening to the Audible audio version, and the narration is kind of amusing because the narrator, Holter Graham, reads the Trump quotes in a little bit of Trump's voice. I may end up finishing it this weekend--that's how hard it is to put this book down.
Beyond Fire and Fury, I have some reading to do related to my research on the SS City of Rio de Janeiro. I just got Crossing the Bar: The Adventures of a San Francisco Bay Bar Pilot by Paul Lobo. I'm hoping it will give me some good insights into the issues of navigating the Golden Gate and the Bar Pilots organization.
Also in the lineup for January is The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn and Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay.
So what are you reading?
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