March was another slow reading month for me but that’s okay. I read because I love to, not so I can reach a certain number of books each month.
- We Should All be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
This is an adapted version of Adichie’s TED talk which she made in 2013. I read the whole thing in about twenty minutes. It’s a wonderful introduction to feminism and the way people all over the world react to feminism. She talks about her experience of shying away from the label feminist and her early childhood in Nigeria. As brilliant as this book was, I have to acknowledge that Adichie has recently made comments which many members of the trans community have found upsetting.
- 1984 by George Orwell
I wrote a sort of review of this book last week, which you can read here. I blame 1984 for my low reading total this month as it took my a good few weeks to get through. But, I did it, and that’s another book I can tick off my ever growing TBR list.
- Chocolat by Joanne Harris
This is a little bit of a cheat because I’m still currently reading it. I’m enjoying it so far!
What was your favourite book of the month? Let me know in the comments!