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  • Writer's pictureBrittany Proffitt

Podcast: The Best Books of 2020

Check out the So We Speak podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.


The Splendid and the Vile - Larson (link here)

Live Not By Lies - Dreher (link here)

Breaking Bread with the Dead - Jacobs (link here)

The Zealot and the Emancipator - Brands (link here)

Leadership (2:30)

Crazy Busy - DeYoung (link here)

How to Lead - Rubenstein (link here)

Literature (4:28)

Gallimaufry - Epstein (link here)

Christian (11:48)

Letters To A Young Pastor - Peterson (link here)

Approaching The End - Hauerwas (link here)

Theopolitan Reading - Leithart (link here)

History and Eschatology - Wright (link here)

Fiction (20:00)

Wolf Hall Series - Mantel (link here)

Hell Is Empty - Johnson (link here)

Dune - Frank Herbert (link here)

Ride Sally Ride - Wilson (link here)

History (25:00)

The Autobiography of Malcolm X: As Told To Alex Haley - Malcolm X and Haley (link here)

The Square and the Tower - Ferguson (link here)

Appeasement - Bouverie (link here)

Britain at Bay - Allport (link here)

Deep Tracks (38:05)

Classical English Style - Farnsworth (link here)

Sabbath - Heschel (link here)

Virtue Politics - Hankins (link here)

Blood Royal - Bartlett (link here)

The Origins of War and the Preservation of Peace - Kagan (link here)

Falstaff - Bloom (link here)

First Up in 2021 (52:00)

Abe - Reynolds (link here)

The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self - Trueman (link here)

Battlegrounds - McMaster (link here)

The Hour of Fate - Susan Berfield (link here)

Clarence Thomas and the Lost Constitution - Magnet (link here)

I’m looking forward to in 2021:

Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life - Peterson (link here)

Doom - Niall Ferguson (link here)

The Revolution Series, Vol 2 - Rick Atkinson

Liberty for All - Walker (link here)

Founding God’s Nation: Reading Exodus - Kass (link here)


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