Literary fiction, slow burn romance, a TBR I can never catch up with.
Leigh Bardugo is such a master - this is excellent on every level. The world building is rich and unique. The plot is hugely complex, but all the pieces come together in the end. The characters are wonderful, nuanced and deeply flawed and yet you can’t help root for them. I love this series and I’m not even mad that this ended with another cliffhanger. Excellent audio, too, if that’s your thing.
Books | Leigh Bardugo
I’m not much of a nonfiction reader, but I thought this was excellent. It starts as a fascinating and accessible history of the Troubles, then morphs into a really interesting exploration of history, memory, and how people document atrocities. And then it ends with a perfect little true crime stinger. Just really well done.
Books | Patrick Radden Keefe
Funny, sharp, deeply satisfying.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
Movies | Mystery
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