Almond – Won-Pyung Soh – “Silence was definitely golden.”
Paradoxically enough, a novel full of emotions – Inkish Kingdoms.
Sharp Objects – Gillian Flynn – “Safer to be feared than loved.”
Incredibly sick and violent – Inkish Kingdoms
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Gore, hatred, and diversity, Andrew Joseph White delivers an angelic dark mutation of holy gender, diversity, and payback. – Inkish Kingdoms
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 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 Husbands ― Chandler Baker ― “Women can do anything, but they can’t do everything”
The Husbands by Chandler Baker has become the go-to for husbands who do not fully understand the struggles of being a woman, a mother, a worker, and a wife.
The Assistants ― Camille Perri ― “We’re not only the ninety-nine percent, we’re the assistants to the one percent. There’s power in that.”
The Assistants: the reflection of the economic struggles of a generation that was promised the sky through debt. Camille Perri narrates the story of Tina Fontana, an English graduate; who has been working a dead-end job for the last few years with a miserable salary enough to allow her not to die of hunger. Working…
The Plot ― Jean Hanff Korelitz ― “Good writers borrow, great writers steal. —T. S. Eliot (but possibly stolen from Oscar Wilde)”
“Either I was paying too much attention or the book was kind of predictable.” In The Plot, Jean Hanff Korelitz writes a colossal story that spins around being a horrible writer, a fear many of us share. In this thriller, sometimes Jacob Finch Bonner, the main character, shares the role of villain and hero. While…