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    The Last Fallen Star

    I’ve been saving this book for my summer break and it was everything I was hoping for! Reading THE LAST FALLEN STAR filled me with that good childhood nostalgia of lazy summer days spent escaping into one…

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    Crying in H Mart

    THIS. BOOK. 🥺I was willing to bet on CRYING IN H MART being one of the it books of the year after reading just a few pages. Zauner’s memoir has everything – exquisitely written prose and thoughtful…

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    Luck of the Titanic

    LUCK OF THE TITANIC was inspired by the 8 Chinese passengers on board the RMS Titanic – 6 of whom ultimately survived, just to be turned away at the US borders due to the strict Immigration Act…

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    Memorial Drive

    I love it when poets write prose, because the less formal style lets their skill with crafting long-reaching analogies and poignant syntax shine! In MEMORIAL DRIVE, Natasha Trethewey takes a literal walk down memory lane (get it?)…

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    House of Hollow

    HOUSE OF HOLLOW is a dark, eerily seductive faerie tale that hits all the right notes. I was enthralled from the first page, and only put it down because I got too scared to keep reading it…

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    Dear America

    I can’t say enough good things about this quick but powerful read! DEAR AMERICA is part memoir, part educational discourse on the reality of immigration to the US and undocumented citizenship. Vargas shatters a lot of myths,…

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    The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

    When you share a birthday with the heroine’s “death” day, you’ve gotta like the book right? 😂 At this point, I’m sure you’ve seen THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF ADDIE LARUE everywhere on bookstagram, but I couldn’t not…

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    The Glass Hotel

    Emily St. John Mandel’s previous novel about a fictional pandemic, STATION ELEVEN, shot back into the limelight this year for obvious reasons. I loved STATION ELEVEN, so I went into 2020 highly anticipating the release of THE…

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    The Fixed Stars

    “I know you want to think that there’s a firm thing that’s ‘Molly.’ Some core that you can understand and count on. But if there is a core to you, what exactly is it? This is more…

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    Luster

    I’ve been putting off my review of Luster because I didn’t really know what to think after finishing this book! Ultimately, this read will not be for everyone, but I feel like it does speak to a…