You can find the September edition here.
Zorba the Greek, Nikos Kazantzakis.
I want to say I'm enjoying this book, but if I am, why has it been sitting half-read in my Audible library for months? I can only seem to handle it a chapter or two at a time. I struggle with books of this type that are more about the characters than the story and have no real point to them.
My Sister, the Serial Killer, Oyinkan Braithwaite.
Unique. Worth reading.
The Americas in the Revolutionary Era, The Great Courses.
It's interesting how the struggle for freedom in Argentina, Peru, and Chile was similar to the American Revolution, but Brazil and Paraguay were completely different. Brazil was liberated from Portugal by the Portuguese monarchy that had fled to Brazil to escape Napoleon. Paraguay also had a unique and complicated story involving a brutal isolationist dictator, Jose Gaspar Rodriguez de Francia.
This course provides good context for travellers to South America.