Book Review: I Want to Die But I Want to Eat Tteokbokki

What this book is: A part memoir, part self-help book A book translated from Korean to English by Anton Hur A book where the author, Baek Se-Hee, is being as vulnerable as one can be while knowing it may not be well received What this book is not: A good-feel bookA book that feels complete… Continue reading Book Review: I Want to Die But I Want to Eat Tteokbokki

Book Review: I Decided To Live As Me by Kim Soo-Hyun

If you feel weighed down by adulting and the world as it is now, this collection of illustrated essays will be your solace.

Book Review: Shanghai Baby

A story of love, sex and self-discovery Shanghai Baby by Zhou Weihui is a contemporary Chinese book which follows the life for Coco, a waitress and a writer in her 20s. It's set in the 90s in Shanghai and has a first-person female narrative. It's contemplative, introspective, and nuanced. Adulting and a sense of nostalgia… Continue reading Book Review: Shanghai Baby

Book Review: The End of Men

I read the book just for the title. And so should you. Seriously, though, this book is golden. The End of Men by Christina Sweeney - Baird is a four-star read through and through. Before we get into why the book is brilliant, I'd like to point out that it can be distressing too. That's… Continue reading Book Review: The End of Men

Book Review: The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo

Rating: 4 stars Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Historical fiction, LGBTQ+ Book Aesthetic: Wearing emeralds and sipping champagne, knowing the kind of power you have over people, making decisions disregarding society and their expectations, living life on your terms and doing whatever it takes for love. I have always been the kind of person who can differentiate between the characters… Continue reading Book Review: The Seven Husbands Of Evelyn Hugo