Hello Beautiful – Ann Napolitano- “She was no longer who she used to be, and she wasn’t yet whoever she was becoming.”
Done with precision, empathy, and love, Ann Napolitano delivers a novel that will give you so much to think and talk about for your book clubs or own enjoyment and self-character development.
The Measure – Nikki Erlick – “The measure of your life lies within.”
Nikki Erlick questions human nature and how we react differently based on our lives experience, and once again choice becomes a catalyst for mayhem, discrimination, tyranny, and violation of human rights.
Circe – Madeline Miller – “A golden cage is still a cage.”
Circe by Madeline Miller breaks the walls of old myths and started a new wave of retellings worth reading.
Fahrenheit 451 ― Ray Bradbury― “A book is a loaded gun in the house next door…Who knows who might be the target of the well-read man?”
No reader can dive into this book without having any expectations about its message, power, and how it can change the world. Ray Bradbury wrote this book 70 years ago without knowing that today, the story and criticism were as accurate and relatable as ever. With a gloomy tone and chaotic events, Bradbury’s novel denounces…
Lessons in Chemistry – Bonnie Garmus – “Some things needed to stay in the past because the past was the only place they made sense.”
This novel made me feel so exasperated and annoyed… for how good Bonnie Garmus portrays the horrors of being a woman in a “men’s world”.
We Need to Talk About Kevin – Lionel Shriver – “I was mortified by the prospect of becoming hopelessly trapped in someone else’s story.”
A tour de force in its maximum splendor, Lionel Shriver accomplishes a wide range of reactions. – Inkish Kingdoms
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.
Project Hail Mary ― Andy Weir ―”Human beings have a remarkable ability to accept the abnormal and make it normal.”
Hilarious, fascinating, and a must-read, Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir deserves every single adaptation, praise, and hype the reading community and that the media can muster. – Inkish Kingdoms