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This month I can recommend four different books.

"A Woman Makes a Plan" by Maye Musk is very well written even if it isn't groundbreaking. I listened to an audiobook because it is narrated by Maye Musk herself and the way she speaks and articulates is very amusing and beautiful.

I loved the parts about her parents and their adventures.

If you are looking for an easy inspiring read, look no further.

"Such a Fun Age" by Kiley Reid in my mind has a lot of misunderstandings even though the author makes her own conclusions at the end of the story.

I liked that perspectives of lives of all the characters are very different and the way they collided was thought provoking.

"The Sixth Extinction" an Unnatural History" by Elizabeth Kolbert has been sitting on my bookshelf waiting for me to pick it up for many years. I'm glad I finally got around to reading it. It talks about archeology and predicts the future based on that.

There were parts that were very educational, as well as certain parts that I completely disagree with.

After reading this book, a trip to the Museum of Natural History was very interesting.

"The Henna Artist" by Alka Joshi took me to the time of Indian history when a lot of things were very controversial and a lot of things were in the plain sight but tabooed.

I think, this book talks about different viewpoints on the same situation. It talks about the decisions people make in life and then have to live with.

Would love to hear from you, Dear Reader, do you have anything to recommend me in terms of reading?

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