Dec. 19, 2021

How We Read: Claire Hatton on royalty, leadership, and changing reading tastes

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It's a December special with this bonus mini-series called How We Read, featuring conversations about the books that have stuck with us.


In this episode of How We Read I'm talking to Claire Hatton about her top books of 2021, how she reads, and why 2021 has spurred some different genres of reading for her.
Here's the books he talked about:
1. Leading Edge by Holly Ransom
2. Victoria, The Queen by Julia Baird
3. Happiest Man on Earth by Eddie Jaku

Plus, honourable mentions of Girl, Woman, Other by Bernardine Evaristo, Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens, Big Sister, Little Sister, Red Sister by Jung Chang, and Phosphorescence by Julia Baird.


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