Aja Barber, author of Consumed: On Colonialism, Climate Change, Consumerism, and the Need for Collective Change recommends an important set of books! Before jumping into the interview, please check out Aja's book:
Q. Do you have a favourite smart thinking book (and why that book)?
Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Anger by Rebecca Traister. It's a favorite because I don't think women truly understand how much the world fears us when we're angry and organized.
Q. What's the most recent smart thinking book you've read (and how would you rate it)?
No Logo by Naomi Klein. EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS BOOK. I reread it because it still applies so much today.
Q. Do you have a favourite childhood book?
Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Caroll ... weird world we're living in.
Q. Do you prefer reading on paper, Kindle or listening to an audiobook?
Paper but audiobooks are a close second.
Q. Do you have a favourite bookshop (and why that shop)?
I'm pretty in love with Toppings in Bath. It's a very special place.
Many thanks to Aja for recommending an important set of books! Please don't forget to check out Aja's book Consumed: On Colonialism, Climate Change, Consumerism, and the Need for Collective Change.
Image Copyrights: Octopus Publishing Group (Consumed), Simon & Schuster (Good and Mad), HarperCollins Publishers (No Logo), Penguin Books Ltd (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland).