Reading the End Bookcast, Ep. 74: What We Missed in 2016, and Alice Pung’s Lucy and Linh

Happy Wednesday! The Jennys are back to chat about what we got for Christmas, which media we didn’t get around to in 2016, and to talk about Alice Pung’s YA novel Lucy and Linh. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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Two small mistakes to note: I said I received the Rebecca Solnit atlas of New Orleans, and in fact it was the atlas of New York, which is the one I would prefer to have. Also, Whiskey Jenny said John Legend has the line at the Laundress, but she meant to say John Mayer does.

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Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour

  • Wow, that book with the Neo-Nazis sounds dreadful! I don’t understand how books like that get published either.

  • Citizen Reader

    I am dying to hear what you think about the Solnit atlas of NYC. I saw it in the bookstore–so pretty–but couldn’t get myself to spring for it. Should I?