I love how the book is teased: “a heartfelt debut about the unlikely relationship between a young woman who’s lost her husband and a major league pitcher who’s lost his game.”
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Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s debut story collection, Sabrina & Corina, centers the stories of Latinas of Indigenous descent.
Historical fiction! Violence! Queer characters! Lust! This book has it all!
I’ve taken a little break from book blogging, but I had to return for one of the best books I’ve read in a really long time: Susan Orlean’s The Library Book.
What happens when a software engineer at a Google-like company gets left a mysterious starter dough? She starts baking it. Robin Sloan's second novel, Sourdough, is weird. But a good weird.
Ling Ma's debut novel, Severance, asks the question: what would a millennial do in the apocalypse?
If you read one book this summer, let it be this one.
You may remember Otsuka from her debut novel, When the Emperor Was Divine, about the life of a Japanese-American family during World War II. This follow up is not as critically praised as the first, but captures a wider swath of experience.