Awesome! Book Club e07 – Hiroshima Part 2

In this episode we discuss Hiroshima by John Hersey which follows the tragic events of August 6th, 1945 through the eyes of six survivors. It was published in The New Yorker in August 1946 and was put to print as a book shortly after, with a revision after John Hersey followed up with his survivors. It is a personal, moving, and sometimes horrific, peek into the very heart of an event that shook humanity and shaped the course of human history.

As a side note, keep an eye out for a special release in tandem with Black History Month, in which we read and discuss Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. And our new co-host Danny will be joining us!

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Awesome! Book Club e06 – Hiroshima Part 1

In this episode we discuss Hiroshima by John Hersey which follows the tragic events of August 6th, 1945 through the eyes of six survivors. It was published in The New Yorker in August 1946 and was put to print as a book shortly after, with a revision after John Hersey followed up with his survivors. It is a personal, moving, and sometimes horrific, peek into the very heart of an event that shook humanity and shaped the course of human history.

As a side note, keep an eye out for a special release in tandem with Black History Month, in which we read and discuss Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. And our new co-host Danny will be joining us!

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Awesome! Book Club e05 – Sapiens Part 4

We discuss Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. This book brings us from the beginning of our species, Homo Sapiens, all the way to what the future may look like for humankind. It is a fantastic analysis of the human race with many surprises. Join us and listen as we dissect this deep and enlightening book.

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Awesome! Book Club e04 – Sapiens Part 3

We discuss Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. This book brings us from the beginning of our species, Homo Sapiens, all the way to what the future may look like for humankind. It is a fantastic analysis of the human race with many surprises. Join us and listen as we dissect this deep and enlightening book.

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Awesome! Book Club e03 – Sapiens Part 2

We discuss Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. This book brings us from the beginning of our species, Homo Sapiens, all the way to what the future may look like for humankind. It is a fantastic analysis of the human race with many surprises. Join us and listen as we dissect this deep and enlightening book.

Diprotodon – largest marsupial ever discovered.

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Awesome! Book Club e02 – Sapiens Part 1

We discuss Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. This book brings us from the beginning of our species, Homo Sapiens, all the way to what the future may look like for humankind. It is a fantastic analysis of the human race with many surprises. Join us and listen as we dissect this deep and enlightening book.

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Awesome! Book Club e01 – Intro

For this very first episode of the Awesome! Book Club podcast, we introduce ourselves, talk a little bit about who we are, what kind of books we are interested in, and the goal of the podcast. We welcome you to participate in this journey with us to explore ourselves and learn to be better people by reading texts that will inform and challenge our beliefs.

 

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