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What We've Been Reading: January 2022


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Here's what the Lighthouse team are currently busy with, followed by a few other titles we've enjoyed during the first month of 2022.

It turned out to be not only an eclectic mix but a multilingual one at that, with some of us making forays into foreign-language books and out-of-print titles. Still, we hope they will inspire - most of these remain available to order!

Jim: The Eight: Mahler and the World in 1910 by Stephen Johnson

Christina: Salonfähig by Elias Hirschl

Rachel: Love in Colour by Bolu Babalola

Noor: The Greatest Urdu Stories Ever Told ed. Muhammad Umar Memon

Jess: The Memory We Could Be by Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik and Antiemetic for Homesickness by Romalyn Ante

Mairi: The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

Peach: The Right to Sex by Amia Srinivasan

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