Episode 43: What We Read In April

The Books Boys crew are just back from a trip to Venice, and ready to tell us about their April reads. Also happy birthday to Dean. It's time for the dreaded George Eliot, some great dystopian books, and a surprise call in from renowned scientist turned author George Paxinos (georgepaxinos.com.au)

Books reviewed include:

- A River Divided (George Paxinos, 2021)

- George Eliot (Adam Bede, 1859)

- Toilers of The Sea (Victor Hugo, 1866)

- The Law And The Lady (Wilkie Collins, 1875)

- The Seven Poor Travellers (Charles Dickens, 1854 / 1920)

- Never Let Me Go (Kazuo Ishiguro, 2005)

- Fahrenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury, 1953)

- We (Yevgeny Zamyatin, 1924)

- Loose Ends (Michael Weller, 1979)

Check us out at booksboys.com, and get the latest episodes of our bonus shows like Animation Adventurers and Playboys at patreon.com/booksboys

DOWNLOAD or stream: 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Tell us what you've been reading!