Song of the Sun God

Song of the Sun God by Shankari Chandran, Can be read in a few days depending on your speed, Adult Fiction (CW: rape on the page, including flashbacks) If not done well, books that span generations can be tedious and difficult to read. When done well, you end up with a book like Song of the SunContinue reading “Song of the Sun God”

Nikhil Out Loud

Nikhil Out Loud by Maulik Pancholy, Can be read in a few hours depending on your speed, Middle Grade (Catching up on reviews, starting with this read from January! Now that Harper Collins Union finally has a contract, I can post this!) One of the reasons I read young adult and middle grade books is becauseContinue reading “Nikhil Out Loud”

Debating Darcy

Debating Darcy by Sayantani DasGupta, Can be read in a few nights depending on your speed, Young Adult “It’s not that guy’s hadn’t been jerks to be more in school or on the road, but this felt different, worse somehow, because it was so quiet…This felt like those same guys had come into the privacy ofContinue reading “Debating Darcy”

If I Tell You the Truth

If I Tell You the Truth by Jasmin Kaur, 464 pages, Can be read in a few nights depending on your speed, Young Adult “this world is too heavy; can I put it down somewhere?” ~Kiran, p. 293 (Thanks to Gayatri Sethi for recommending this book! Also, please note the content warnings Kaur includes to ensureContinue reading “If I Tell You the Truth”

Sunny G’s Series of Rash Decisions

Sunny G’s Series of Rash Decisions by Navdeep Singh Hillon, 294 pages, Can be read in a couple of evenings depending on your speed, Young Adult “We’re all great at pretending. Until we’re not.” ~Sunny, p. 159 (Thanks to 22Debuts for gifting me this book!) I don’t know what I expected when I picked up thisContinue reading “Sunny G’s Series of Rash Decisions”