BL-opoly: Robot Card for Square 17 (“Why?”)

Here’s my robot card selection:

1. Cary Elwes: As You Wish
2. Sarah Bakewell: At the Existentialist Café
3. Banine: Days in the Caucasus
4. Gertrude Bell: A Woman in Arabia
5. Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
6. Helene Cooper: The House at Sugar Beach
7. Gerald Durrell: My Family and Other Animals
8. Patrick Leigh Fermor: Between the Woods and the Water
9. Joachim Gauck: Winter in Sommer, Frühling im Herbst
10. Matt Haig: Notes on a Nervous Planet

… and the draw is for … (drum roll):

So — Gertrude Bell’s A Woman in Arabia it is!

 

 

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