If I know anything about my reading taste, it’s that I’m a

If I know anything about my reading taste, it’s that I’m a

8/4/2021, 8:15:17 PM
If I know anything about my reading taste, it’s that I’m a sucker for character driven plots surrounding women in their 20-30s with enough emotional depth for me to drown in— and GHOSTS // Dolly Alderton hits just about all those points. Although this didn’t quite give me the deep emotional feels that Milk Fed or anything by Sally Rooney does, I loved following Nina through her dramatic and messy story. This book is really an examination of the growing pains of Nina’s life: she’s 32, going through a career change, dating, dealing with evolving friendships, and trying to find her place in both the world around her and in her own life. If you like modern commentary of first-world problems and emotionally dramatic, “sad bitch” kind of books, like me, GHOSTS won’t disappoint! Thank you so much @aaknopf for this gifted copy! I’d been dying to get my hands on this one since it’s UK release and it was well worth the wait! I highly recommend GHOSTS, if you like: — Sally Rooney — Milk Fed // Melissa Broder — Exciting Times // Naoise Dolan ✨ Alternative caption: Books to read if you’re highly anticipating Beautiful World, Where Are You

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