March TBR.

Perv – Jesse Bering

As far as I can tell this book claims that all of us are sexual deviants and then goes onto say that it’s okay. If that’s an accurate representation of the book then I can say for certain that I probably won’t agree with much this book has to say. But it will be interesting to see what Jesse Bering has to say!

Redeeming Sex – Debra Hirsch

I’ve started this book on a number of occasions and for whatever reason have put it down again. What I have read I’ve really enjoyed and I’m looking forward to getting properly stuck in. This is a Christian book looking at the guilt, shame and misinformation around Christianity and sex and trying to change how we think. Can’t wait.

The Liberating Truth – Danielle Strickland

Danielle Strickland is a Christian feminist and in this book she explored how these two things can and are intertwined.

Class A – Robert Muchamore

Class A is the second book in th children’s series following the children of CHERUB a children’s spy agency. I loved this series when I was younger and I’m loving getting back into that world.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – J K Rowling

This year I decided to reread the Harry Potter books and I’m loving it. I’ve listened to the audio books hundreds of times over the years but I haven’t read the books in years.

The Shadow of the Wind – Carlos Ruiz Zafon

I’ve heard really good things about this book but really I know very little about it. I think it’s one of those books where knowing too much about it can spoil the journey of reading it.


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