Books and Beyond

Sunday, 18 December, 2022

Making waves

Join Alison and Ineka in the Literary Lounge as they talk about books that made a real splash in 2022. Better the blood / Michael Bennett / 2022 The doctor’s wife / Fiona Sussman / 2022 The last resort: a chronicle of paradise, profit, and peril at the beach / Sarah Stodola 2022 Women making waves: trailblazing surfers in and out of the water / Lara Enzig / 2022 True Biz / Sara Novic / 2022 How to take over the world: practical schemes and scientific solutions for the aspiring supervillain / Ryan North / 2022 To our listeners, we want to let you know that this is our final radio show. We will miss being on the radio and miss having you as our audience. If you are keen to keep listening to Books and Beyond, head over to our website www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz and visit the Podcasts page for links to future episodes. Otherwise, send us an email to [email protected] and we will send you instructions on how to listen to future episodes.

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