The Change – Kirsten Miller – “‘Witch’ is the label society slaps on women it can’t understand or control.”
The change by Kirsten Miller is a violent and magical reminder that outside of our privilege bubbles, equity, prejudice, and sexism still rule the world.
Less – Andrew Sean Greer – “Boredom is the only real tragedy for a writer; everything else is material.”
In the expectation of emotional trauma that only a good book can achieve, finishing Less by Andrew left us still expecting a grand adventure and a mind-blowing ending. – Inkish Kingdoms
Almond – Won-Pyung Soh – “Silence was definitely golden.”
Paradoxically enough, a novel full of emotions – Inkish Kingdoms.
Where The Crawdads Sing – Delia Owens – “If anyone would understand loneliness, the moon would.”
A novel that isolates love, dreams, hopes, trauma, and success. A natural tour de force.
The Vanishing Half – Brit Bennett – “In the dark, you could never be too black. In the dark, everyone was the same color.”
The Vignes twin sisters will always be identical. But after growing up together in a small, southern black community and running away at age sixteen, it’s not just the shape of their daily lives that is different as adults, it’s everything: their families, their communities, their racial identities. Many years later, one sister lives with…
The Maid ― Nita Prose ― “I’ll never understand it—why people find the truth more shocking than lies.”
This is another case of Social Media lying to me. Molly Gray is not like everyone else. She struggles with social skills and misreads the intentions of others. She was born in a dysfunctional household, but her gran adopted her, raise her, and used to interpret the world for her, codifying it into simple rules…
The Midnight Library ― Matt Haig ― “Regrets don’t leave. They weren’t mosquito bites. They itch for ever.”
The Midnight Library: the new story where we question our existence, decisions, and essence through multiple lives and experiences. A slow-burning novel loaded with metaphors and an obvious finally. In this new fiction novel, Matt Haig tells the story of Nora, whose regrets wait on her heavily. As the story beginnings, we start counting backward…
The Other Black Girl ― Zakiya Dalila Harris ― “They’d rather be called anything other than a racist.”
The Other Black Girl is a fiction and thriller novel known for the stunning black woman on the cover. However, its bold approach towards white-dominated industries and the struggles of being a token and not being taken seriously makes this novel unique. Nella Rogers has been working as an editorial assistant for almost two years,…