A subtle narrative about the four year long, on-again, off-again relationship between Irish students Connell and Marianne. Normal People explores class differences, social stigma, anxieties, loneliness and love.
Sofie grew up in a household that was a passionate about storytelling. While she didn't appreciate it much as a child, now she loves stories so much that she never leaves the house without a book. Sofie finds coming of age stories to be the most compelling. She will read across all genres but her favorite remains Magical Realism.
Part intimate memoir, part informative text on beekeeping, 100% a beautiful read. The Honey Bus is a dedication to a grandfather's love for his granddaughter and the honey bees in his care. If you liked Educated, you'll like the Honey Bus.
In the mood for a historical fairy tale featuring a cross-dressing Prince Charming, a heroine reminiscent of Haruhi Fujioka, and a sweet romance that challenges gender norms? Look no further! The Prince and the Dressmaker is the book for you!
Wonderful collection! I have never come across one more intersectional and inclusive as this one. Featuring the voices of women of color, LGBT+ members, disabled women and many more. This is a feminist must-read!
A phenomenal blend of genres! Creepy, supernatural and, above all, atmospheric. Follow a rag-tag crew of teens with magical skills as they solve uncanny murders in 1920's Manhattan. Perfect for horror and mystery fans.
A gritty and emotional read, The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley is about an ex-criminal, Samuel, trying to raise his teenage daughter, Loo, in a quiet, New England town. As Loo is discovering more about her father's violent history, an old foe disrupts their lives and Samuel must learn that in order to ensure Loo's safety, he must not run away from his past anymore.
You read books about kids discovering magical worlds. Ever wondered what happens when they return home? Seanan McGuire answers this question in her Wayward Children series. Perfect for a quick, escapist read, this one is only under 200 pages.
Poetic, enthralling biography of an indigenous woman reflecting on her coming of age, being hospitalized and what happens afterward. Around 150 pages long, Terese Marie Mailhot packs an emotional punch.
Funny and heartwarming story about a closeted gay teenage boy in his junior year of high school. Follow him on his journey of courage, love and oreos. Trust me, this book will make you smile.