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Book Review: The Shadows by Alex North

The first third of the story was completely engrossing to me. I honestly couldn’t step away. I loved the uniquely supernatural elements that North chose to weave into a crime that was otherwise fairly ordinary. Around the middle of the book, though, I think the plot loses a lot of its direction. It’s almost tragic. I barely made it over the finish line with this one and could probably have not even read the last few chapters and felt similarly satisfied.

Book Review: Zara Hossain is Here by Sabina Khan

What Zara Hossain is Here illustrates better than most books I’ve read is just how needlessly convoluted and ridiculously backwards our immigration system is and how it isn’t actually benefiting us to do things the way we currently are. I recommend this book first and foremost for this small glimpse into the immigrant experience.

Book Review: Anna K: Away by Jenny Lee

If while reading Anna K you thought to yourself, “what that book needs is some more K-pop,” then have I got the sequel of your DREAMS! This book is the chunky monkey ice cream of teen dramas. It is just so much stinking fun to DEVOUR in a single sitting. Which, is what I love to do anyway!

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Hi! My name is Sarah and I’ve been known to tell the same joke over and over until somebody laughs. Other interests include reading, climbing and pretending I can go another day without doing my laundry. I like going on long rants about climate justice and losing myself in bouts of travel envy. I am a big time proponent of intersectionality and believe in the power of books to make us better humans. I do audio book narration between climbing trips and am on a lifelong search for the best bowl of popcorn. I currently reside on the ancestral lands of the Shoshone-Bannock, known commonly as Idaho.

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