SciFi · Speculative

Memory of Water

Let me take a quick moment to thank my long-distance book club for this read right quick. As our theme for this month’s book club, we chose something related to endangered species/Ocean Month/general environmental things. It’s a broad, vague category. Haha. But actually one of the prompts for The Reading Women Challenge 2020 is a… Continue reading Memory of Water

Fantasy

Trail of Lightning

I’ve wanted to read this one for a while now – it’s been on my TBR cart for almost a year. It was my suggestion for my distance book club this month, in honor of Native American Heritage Month, and it won the popular vote. So woohoo! Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse After a… Continue reading Trail of Lightning

Contemporary Literature · Speculative

Future Home of the Living God

I’ve only ever read one other book by Louise Erdrich, The Round House and was thoroughly impressed and emotionally drained by the book. It was a beautiful telling of a terrible story and tackles some serious issues around inequality and disparity faced by Native American peoples in the US. In any case, knowing what she was… Continue reading Future Home of the Living God