Book Review: Made in Korea by Sarah Suk

Made in Korea is a delightful YA romcom about Korean American teen entrepreneurs. It is a fluffy, quick, feel-good book that is a perfect easy read for summer. It was one of those books I just couldn’t put down until I was done, and I was smiling the whole time!

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Book Review: The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey

The Echo Wife is a quick and creepy ride of a book. It balances current moral dilemmas with past trauma and protective ethics. This book uses a science fiction element to highlight real-life trauma and abuse to create one wonderful story.

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Book Review: Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo

Last Night at the Telegraph Club is an incredible and well-researched novel. I am so impressed with how well integrated the historical accuracies were written into this story. It felt so real and I learned so much about the time period. Hooray for more historical fiction with Asian characters! We existed then and we exist now.

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Book Review: Star Eater by Kerstin Hall

Star Eater is all at once gruesome, horrifying, fun, and glamorous. Kerstin Hall bounces between such different tones, moods, and topics in such a unique and impressive way. It had me in awe the whole time. It was a little too scary for me, but Hall guided me into the growing scare level very well!

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