An adult rom-com novel, Henry’s story explores the lifelong friendship of Poppy and Alex, and what caused their connection to drift apart. It’s also a book about the struggles of adulthood, finding that work/life balance and discovering your passions.
Well, this book took me completely by surprise. I kept thinking the book was going in a more romantic direction, but it’s really about a 30 something year old woman figuring out her wants and her goals in life.
Informative, moving, and at times uncomfortable, Kendall’s series of essays explores the vastness of feminism in the modern day. In particular, Kendall explores the difficulties and injustices women of colour are faced with.
As many other reviewers will tell you, do NOT read this book on an empty stomach (no … I definitely didn’t order pho while reading this novel …). The description of the food is too detailed and scrumptious sounding!
And here we are, the final book of Hibbert’s hilarious romcom Brown Sisters trilogy. I loved seeing all the sisters closing chapters in their lives and opening new ones, but it’s definitely sad to say goodbye to Hibbert’s amazing cast of characters.
Tabby Brown is tired of trying to fit in. She doesn’t want to go to parties – in fact, she would much rather snuggle up on the sofa with her favourite book. It’s like she hasn’t found her people … Then Tabby joins a club that promises to celebrate books. What could go wrong? EVERYTHING […]
“Her poetry’s immensely therapeutic and cathartic … this was an inspiration collection that I can see many readers finding comfort in.” Read the full review on Daniell Koepke’s “Daring To Take Up Space”.