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Heads Of The Colored People by Nafissa Thompson-Spires

Do you like Short Story Collections? You’ll love this! Do you hate them? You’ll love this. Either way, let me tell you why!

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Heads Of The Colored People by Nafissa Thompson-Spires
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My Year Of Rest And Relaxation by Otessa Moshfegh

Do you ever read a book and find yourself at a loss for words? I’m literally at such a loss for words, I’m using the cliched term ‘at a loss for words’. If you’re curious to see the reasons I liked this enigmatic book, keep reading!

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My Year Of Rest And Relaxation by Otessa Moshfegh
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Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett

I just finished this hilarious, heartbreaking book about a girl who loses her mother. Wonder if it’s for you? Read my review to find out!

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Rabbit Cake by Annie Hartnett
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Give Me Your Hand by Megan Abbott

Have you read Megan Abbott’s latest? It’s a feminist lab thriller, following two scientists who’ve known each other since high school and the drama that ensues.

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Give Me Your Hand by Megan Abbott
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The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai

Over the weekend, I finished this lovely book, but it took me until now to gather my thoughts. So, now that I’ve gotten a hold of myself and wasted a dozen boxes of tissue, let’s talk about why I loved it!

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The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai
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Homer's 'The Odyssey' translated by Emily Wilson

Have you ever read The Odyssey? Today, I shared my thoughts on this translation, as well as what I thought of the story overall.

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Homer's 'The Odyssey' translated by Emily Wilson
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There, There by Tommy Orange

This past weekend, I finished There, There by Tommy Orange. It’s a polyphonic novel about the modern Native American experience. If you want to know my thoughts, click right here!

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There, There by Tommy Orange
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A Place For Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza

Last week, I posted about reading diversely. Since I have to practice what I preach, I grabbed this lovely book about a Muslim American Family. Is it great? Is it just alright? Who’s it for? Click here and let’s discuss!

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A Place For Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza
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Tricks by Ellen Hopkins

Recommending books is hard…Not every book was meant for every person. Here are my thoughts on Tricks and what audience it might be for.

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Tricks by Ellen Hopkins