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