Blitz Spirit provides an interesting insight into life during World War II and much-needed correctives to national myths.
Homecoming contains a wide range of fascinating accounts from the Windrush generation that really made me think about the nature of memory and narrative.
Another 17 books down and some real gems among them.
Loud Black Girls is interesting and thought-provoking, and offers hope for the future.
The First Woman is a fascinating Ugandan coming-of-age tale that contains multitudes.
In Black and White is a clearly-written exposé of our criminal justice system by a very human barrister.
The Philosopher Queens is an accessible introduction to the work and lives of several interesting women who should be better-known.
Anger is an Acid is an exciting and action-packed end to a nuanced series.
Dear Reader made my heart sing with recognition and inspiration.
The Ghost Tree is a gripping novel with some satisfyingly creepy elements - just try not to think about it too hard.