The Water Dancer / Ta-Nehisi Coates

It took me sometime to come back and write this review, because there was just so much to digest. This was utterly the most beautifully written, heavy, and tragic story. A story that, while fiction with a touch of fantasy, is heavily rooted in historical fact. I found out about this book thanks to the…

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The Testaments / Margaret Atwood

Is it weird to love the world of the Handmaids Tale? I don’t consider myself a dark, tormented kind of person. Is that my lack of self-awareness? Or is it just that Margaret Atwood touches on the bondage of the female gender in a way that is so easily connectable? Whether its the loss of…

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Where the Crawdads Sing / Delia Owens

This was my favorite read of September, perhaps of the year. This book has received much hype and from reading the Goodreads commentary, the masses either love it or hate it.  There is no in-between. This is Delia Owen’s first work of fiction, prior to that she wrote bestselling non-fiction books about her life as…

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