I’m not much for Halloween decorating and such, but I do like to find a good read or two that is a little creepy but not scary for my tender sensibilities. This comment sent me down a rabbit hole of finding this year’s book. This book was given to me by a friend, and I’ve now passed it on to a Little Free Library. I really enjoyed how this portrayed the world of making music, including the racism and feminism issues involved.
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It’s set at a bit of an awkward period in the story, when they’re stuck waiting for the weather to turn, so not much is happening. The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo for mineral in title. This was a lovely novella, looking forward to reading the next one. I wish her full length novels were published in the UK.
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And I adored Opal, although she would probably terrify me in real life by her living so large. Mr. Kiss and Tell – I will probably try this again some time, but now that I don’t need it for a challenge, I’m just letting it drop off my list. First up was In the Full Light of the Sun. I hated all the characters in the first third of the book. Then the POV changed and there was suddenly someone to root for. But then the POV changed again to someone new and it feels like you never really get a satisfying conclusion to the other characters’ storylines.
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Don’t forget to post the book you’ve read to fulfill prompt #11 A book forgetting which was #2 in the selection poll here. I will also be reading The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henriquez to satisfy the 2021 Reading Women prompt #12 A young adult novel by a LatinX author. Dotdash Meredith is the largest digital and print publisher in America. From mobile to magazines, nearly 200 million people trust us to help them make decisions, take action, and find inspiration.