I love a good dystopian fiction novel, but mix in some super powers and this anime loving girl is in her bookish happy place!
This book itself is my love letter – to you, to black women, to women and to all those who understand the beauty that comes through struggle and the benefit of doing their own work to heal, to understand, to grow, and most importantly, to love more fully.
The intricacy of the world building gave me goosebumps. I was able to recreate the Inuit world in my mind so easily because of the detail the book entailed.
Sally did it to me AGAIN. Am I a romance fan now? I think I am. This is very hard for me to admit, but I am obsessed. I want all the swoon!
Ayser’s story is the perfect juxtaposition between the immigrant trying to fit into American society as well as the Muslim Arab raised in America that no longer fits into Arabic society. Essentially, Ayser is in limbo between two worlds that she doesn’t quite fit into. No matter where she sits, she’s on the wrong end of the table.
wp:paragraphI saw this book blogger confessions tag on The Bibliophagist and decided to take part!
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