Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America Edited by Ibi Zoboi

17 stories featuring young people of color of differing socioeconomic backgrounds living all over the country. These coming-of-age stories feature conflicts dealing with themes such as sexuality, education, and love, while always holding onto a strong connection to history and family. Yet, these narratives also discuss issues inherently connected to people of color: skin color,... Continue Reading →

Best Reads of 2018: Fiction.

Explanation: I have compiled three lists this year. Today, I post the list of my favorite fiction reads of 2018. Next Monday, I will release my nonfiction list. And the following Monday, I will have my Science Fiction/ Fantasy list. I didn't have a set number in mind when I started making these lists. I... Continue Reading →

Mirador de la Memoria by Ewa Miendlarzewska

Mirador de la Memoria is a life's reflection and a study into the possibilities of the advancements of neuroscience. Set in the near future, Dr Paulina Kochanowska has been put on house arrest with her personal robot Salvatore because of several experiments that push the limits of current science and have started to injure participants.... Continue Reading →

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