2020 Reads: November

  • The Immortalists, Chloe Benjamin: A bit rushed at the end, and needed something more to hold it all together.
  • Alas, Babylon, Pat Frank: Nuclear armageddon in the late 50s. Great once I got past the language and social attitudes.
  • Good Talk, Mira Jacob: Loved the scrapbook style she used to share these memories.
  • Kopp Sisters on the March, Amy Stewart: This remains a delightful series.
  • Luster, Raven Leilani: This was one of those books where I couldn’t believe what the protagonist was doing, but I was cheering for her all the same.

If you only read one, pick up Luster.

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