Ilara: Aopeian priestess. Unable to exercise agency. Dislikes stabbing people. Manly, ladies' man. Has large, hard to polish sword. Every fortnight Rob and Kate, two publishing industry insiders, explore storytelling in all its forms from literary fiction to graphic novels, non-fiction to young adult. Featuring book reviews, author interviews and news, they discuss the latest from the book world, from what they are reading now to what to read next. Rank 1: Northern Lights. Don't worry - no spoilers! Find the shownotes of the titles discussed at AdventuresWithWords. Brought to you by Audible.
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