Listen: Katrina and Natasha in the Hope Book Club, Episode 18
In Episode 18 of the Hope Book Club, Natasha Moore and Katrina Roe have picked out some deep thinking, but oh-so-easy-to-read, non-fiction with more fizz and sparkle than your summer drink selection!
Dive in deep this summer!
- Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World – and Why Things Are Better Than You Think by Hans Rosling — is a book that spells out with facts why things aren’t as bad as they seem. Endorsed by Bill Gates, it’s written by Swedish statistician Hans Rosling, who sadly passed away before the book was released. Natasha reckons everyone should read this hope-filled book.
- Unapologetic – Why Despite Everything Christianity can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense by Francis Spufford. This is a light, funny, yet serious book about what faith looks like from the inside and how it can meet the core emotional needs of humanity.
- Any Ordinary Day by the Australian journalist Leigh Sales — explores how ordinary Australians have rebuilt their lives after the unthinkable happens.
Plus — Katrina and Natasha discuss the books they’re planning to buy as gifts!
Let your mind fizz and your conversation sparkle, with the Hope Book Club. Because life’s just better with a book!