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Your House Will Pay by Steph Cha book review

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  There There by Tommy Orange Book review  There There by Tommy Orange. I read this book in June and I loved it so, so much. It is definitely one of my favorite books that I've read so far this year. So I knew I wanted to do an individual review for this book for you guys because it deserves it.  There There is a literary fiction book that has been kind of all the buzz if you follow a lot of like literary fiction readers and bloggers and writers and whatnot and it is for good reason.  It's a multi-generational novel and you are following 12 different characters all of whom are of Native American descent. It mainly takes place in and around the Oakland, California area. You follow these twelve characters as they all sort of converge on the big Oakland powwow that is going to be happening.  So I'm not really going to do a real detailed plot synopsis or go over like all of the characters in a whole lot of detail because, like most literary fiction books, while there is a plot,

The Mothers by Brit Bennett book review

  The Mothers by Brit Bennett book review  The Mothers by Brit Bennett This is a book that I meant to review in November because I read this back in October. But I'm finally getting around to it and I wanted to make sure that i did a review of this book because I really enjoyed it. And I kind of wanted to talk a little bit about it because it's not a perfect book but it was a book that completely enraptured by attention.  So in the beginning of this book you are following this young girl in Nadia. She's around 17 years old at the beginning of the story. Her mother has recently died and so she is just going through the grieving process. She starts frequenting this local, I believe it's a diner or a coffee shop, something along those lines. While she's there she ends up getting the attention of one of the servers there who ends up being the local pastor's son.  They start sort of this secret relationship and then one day it turns out that Nadia's pregnant. So

Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid Book review

  Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid Book review Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid Book this is a pretty new release. I think it came out around like December 31st, like right on New Year's Eve.  And I remember like reading the synopsis for this book and being like, "oh, that sounds really interesting. It's too bad it's coming out on New Year's Eve because I feel like it's going to get ignored more than it should. " But then it turns out that like everyone was reading this book at the beginning of the year and in January, or at least everyone in my like bookish circles was, and everyone was raving about it. So I was like, well I better push that one up on my list. So I did and I read it and I enjoyed it.  So this is a contemporary fiction book and you are following these two characters, Emira and Alex, or Ah-lex from the way they give the pronunciation of her name in that book.  Alex is a mom and she has recently moved from New York City to Philadelphia. She has two

The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo By Taylor Jenkins Reid Book Review

  The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo By Taylor Jenkins Reid Book Review The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo By Taylor Jenkins Reid  the story follows her telling a magazine reporter about her life story she's finally ready to divulge all her secrets and all of the things that she has lived through  it is called the seven husbands so she goes through all of her experiences with these seven husbands the story is pretty interesting because in the beginning she's like i want to find this reporter and she knows who she wants to divulge her life's secrets to and she has the a particular reporter in mind and her name is monique grant and you're wondering why does she want to have this particular reporter even the reporter herself is like i don't understand like i'm fairly new i'm hardly known why does this famous icon from the 1950s want me to interview her for the first time she wants to tell her story and we're like baffled we're like okay why  what is it ab

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