Ryka Aoki’s The Light From Uncommon Stars is quite simply amazing. She deftly weaves the stories of three very different women together in a way that will punch you in the feels.
Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune will wreck you in the most amazing, banter-filled, heart-wrenching yet kind way possible.
A Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky Chambers is a warm snuggle of a book, a lovely cup of tea, sipped while wrapped in a pashmina.
The Chosen and the Beautiful is Nghi Vo’s debut novel. This retelling of The Great Gatsby dazzles with its luxuriously louche writing.
Sun-Daughters, Sea-Daughters by Aimee Ogden is a science fiction retelling of The Little Mermaid with gender-fluid characters.
A biting look at the choices women face trying to balance societal demands and expectations with their own desires and needs.
Winter’s Orbit was perfection. It gave me court intrigue on a galactic scale, an arranged marriage, a thriller investigation into a suspicious murder. In other words, it gave me everything and MORE.
Across the Green Grass Fields is an unabashed love letter to the horse mad. It’s a standalone entry in The Wayward Children series.
My Can’t-Wait Wednesday book this week is Sun-Daughters, Sea-Daughters by Aimee Ogden. This looks to be another amazing SF/F book from Tordotdom.