Pizza Girl by Jean Kyoung Frazier

The titular pizza girl of Jean Kyoung Frazier’s debut novel is eighteen, pregnant, and lives at home with her mother and boyfriend. She works as a delivery driver for a local greasy pizza joint. One day, a woman named Jenny calls in an order for a cheese pizza and pickles. Something in Jenny’s voice intrigues […]

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Dread Nation by Justina Ireland

At Miss Preston’s School of Combat in Baltimore, Jane McKeen is training to become an Attendant. When she graduates, she will become someone who serves the upper class with proper etiquette, but also with the skills to take down the dead who have risen on the battlefields of the Civil War. But soon more problems […]

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“The Great Pretender” by Susannah Cahalan

“The Great Pretender” by Susannah Cahalan An exploration into how we define madness. An unveiling of falsehoods in one of the most influential psychiatric studies in modern history. An indictment of that study’s aftermath on the mental healthcare system and  treatment of the mentally ill in the United States. “The Great Pretender” is these and more, […]

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Made for Love by Alissa Nutting

Fleeing her controlling husband, Hazel moves into a senior’s-only trailer park with her father. However, putting physical distance between herself and her husband isn’t enough. Hazel soon discovers that her husband — Byron Gogol, CEO of an all-powerful tech corporation — has implanted a chip into her brain that allows him to download all of […]

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Wow, No Thank You by Samantha Irby

“Wow, No Thank You” is the perfect collection for anyone who wants to laugh even if they feel like everything around them is a dumpster fire. Samantha Irby candidly talks about a slew of topics ranging from her trouble making friends as an adult, Crohn’s disease, and being a queer woman in a small town […]

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