My Diverse-A-Thon Reading List
While I wish I could just stay at home the whole week, have some tea, and prop my feet up, I have to work this week (like all the other weeks). Because of that, my reading list is a little small, unfortunately, because I wanted to be quite realistic with what I could achieve! So let’s begin with my short, but diverse list!
Miranda and Caliban
I am pretty lucky since I am already in the middle of a diverse book, the modern retelling of The Tempest from Miranda and Caliban’s point of view, Miranda and Caliban by the talented Jacqueline Carey. At the moment, I am enjoying Caliban’s perspective the most, so that’s why I had to include it here! It hasn’t been released yet, but it is published on Feburary 14th.
Everything Belongs to Us
If I manage to finish this book this week (which I should) I am going to move onto Everything Belongs to Us by Yoojin Grace Wuertz. I apologized that both of these are not out yet, but I am trying to get through my Netgalley and First to Read list at the moment! This book is about a friendship between two women in Korea in 1978 during a time of economic change. I am pretty excited to read it and it is published Feburary 28th this year.
What are you trying to read? Any recommendations?
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