Book Review: Lessons in Chemistry

Lessons in Chemistry 

Bonnie Garmus

Review by Harriet

Warm, witty, and delightfully inventive. You can’t help but cheer on the brilliant Elizabeth Zott with her logical and inquisitive scientific mind and her resolute refusal to accept the crushing patriarchy of 1960s America. This is highly addictive storytelling featuring in one of my favourite characters this year – the perceptive, steadfast, and softly wry, Six-Thirty.