This book is actually the last part of my (admittedly ideologically suspect) plan to read more books by women. Someone said some time ago (it might have been Alex Smith) that men don't read books by women and I bristled and said, 'Hey!" But then I looked at my leisure reading for the year and I noticed that it *was* mostly by men, so I endeavoured to read five books by women in a row. Out is number 5, and I can't wait to get some testosterone back into my reading diet just kidding. As for work reading, I read brilliant books by brilliant women along with great books by men and some not-up-my-alley stuff too.
Looking back, I've actually read several good books by women this year, even before the affirmative action, and have some on my tbr pile. Last year may simply have been an aberration, and could explain why I was always so angry.
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