Radio book lounge's Sarah Boothroyd takes a hard look at the eternal human struggle between what you want to do and what you should do. She took her pointed questions and her microphone to book typesâe(TM) hangouts and found not a small number of sensitive souls all twisted up inside trying to choose between between The Lord of the Rings and Tolstoy. >>>LISTEN NOW.
To avoid this fate, rabble recommends some reflective you time in the book lounge. Launched this fall, the book lounge has brought a bouquet of books-related features to the already much-loved news and views site. In the lounge you'll find an online bookstore, the babble book club, book-events listings from across the country, audio books features via the rabble podcast network, and, of course, the book lounge weekly reviews section. We hope you enjoy! And, please, don't be shy âe" let us know what you think! (Find out how here.) After all, as our tagline says: bound, but not gagged.
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