Chemistry is an interesting, short novel by Weike Wang following an unnamed PhD chemistry student for about year and half during her 'what am I going to do with my life' mid-twenties crisis. During the novel, the narrator comes to terms with her depression - without ever really admitting she's depressed.
Jason Gurley writes this tragic story about family relationships breaking down with an unexpected paranormal twist.
Oh man, family drama! I liked this novel by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney because it was so realistic yet still a compelling narrative. I didn't like that the characters portrayed some of the worst, normal human traits (they weren't evil, but they weren't good)
The Little French Bistro
Nina George wrote a very sweet and charming novel here. Although this it’s described as a novel about new beginnings or second chances, I really thought the book told more of a belated coming of age story.