Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu

Interior Chinatown showcases the (perceived) roles we play in society. Particularly, the role of the Asian immigrant in a Chinatown. Although it works with stereotypes and generalizations, many of the points raised felt justified. I felt a little sad for the main character when I was reading; it’s not easy to be a minority inContinue reading “Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu”

Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind is generally well-loved by readers. In my own circle of friends, those who have read the book absolutely love it. Whereas other people would find this as an encouraging sign to read the book, I delayed reading it—what if I didn’t like the book? Well, I had to dealContinue reading “Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari”

What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter

Marisa Kanter’s What I Like About You is a light and refreshing read about Halle, a teen book blogger whose online and real-world identities collide. There was a time when the idea of having two worlds was unthinkable, but it is quite common today, even for people who don’t craft separate names or identities onContinue reading “What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter”