Loner by Georgina Young

The title of this book is kind of a pun, because the main character is a nineteen year old girl called Lona, and she is an introvert who has dropped out of studying for a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She doesn't really know why she's dropped out and, amusingly, she's in the habit of sneaking …

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Sisters by Michelle Frances

Abby is the successful sister. Ellie is the vulnerable, pretty sister. Everyone knows that Ellie is their mothers favorite, but Abby has figured out something about her sisters childhood illness that might blow the family apart. I liked the cover of this book and I have read Michelle Frances The Girlfriend, which was far fetched, …

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What Could Be Saved by Liese O’Halloran Schwarz

The Preston family live a privileged life in 1970's Thailand when their young son suddenly goes missing. Returning to America, their lives shattered, they try to go on, assuming Phillip is gone forever. But in 2019, he comes back. Is it him? And if it is, why did he never try to contact his family? …

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I Want To Be Where The Normal People Are by Rachel Bloom

Curl up with a good book and some homemade pumpkin bread. Rachel Bloom is the creator of the TV show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and this book is a collection of writings on what normal is. Or rather, the fact that everyone thinks that they or their life is weird, and that out there somewhere is Normal. …

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The Lying Life of Adults by Elena Ferrante

From the author of My Brilliant Friend, comes her latest book, set once again in Naples. Giovanna is beloved by her parents, and believes herself to be worthy and beautiful, until one day after a parent-teacher meeting, she overhears her father comparing her to Vittoria, his estranged and despised sister. Because Vittoria is practically a …

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