Natalie Standiford’s “Astrid Sees All” takes readers through the streets of 1980s New York when drugs, crime, and wannabe’s ruled.
“people trying to survive poverty must constantly prove their status to save their government assistance”
In Catherine Hernandez’s book Crosshairs, Kay, the gay son of Filipino and Jamaican immigrants in Toronto is fighting to save himself
Hey Book Friends. Every now and then, I come across a book that leaves me unsure of what to think.
“recently finished Kinsella’s “I Owe You One,” which sticks to her general template”
Hey All! I finished another read, this time an #Audible Audio Edition. “The Stand-In” by Lily Chu is a super
Hey Book Friends. I finished “The Summer Job” by Lizzy Dent, and it was brilliant. Synopsis: Elizabeth ‘Birdy’ Finch is scrambling
Hey Book Friends I finished reading “Black Buck” by Mateo Askaripour; let’s get into it ⬇️⬇️ Synopsis: Darren is content
Journalist, author, and podcaster Doree Shafrir’s new book “Thanks for Waiting: The Joy (& Weirdness) of Being a Late Bloomer”
“Their Eyes Were Watching God,” the 1937 novel by Zora Neale Hurston, is such a vivid story. The language, the