…and usually has thoughts about them.
I was benevolently tricked into reading Star Wars fanfiction.
Easily my favorite book of 2021, The Poisonwood Bible is a decades-spanning epic that I’ll keep for the rest of my life.
A very good book that’s hard to put yourself through but so worth reading.
This series has expertly constructed plot, complex characters, and a giant armored bear. And it made me cry at least 3 times.
The Bell Jar may have saved my life, even if it didn’t save Sylvia Plath’s.
I didn’t register this book as dystopian fiction when I read it. So many of its ‘dystopian’ qualities reflect aspects of everyday life in a world afflicted by a pandemic and late-stage capitalism.
A straightforward adventure structure made memorable by vivid worldbuilding and exquisite dread.
This book will punch me in the gut every time I read it.
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