We need another book starring the ladies of The Southern Book Club's Guide To Slaying Vampires.
I had thought this book would be about mundane everyday interactions with people you pass by but this book was more than that. it was about the assumptions that people make based on their own examples and experiences and how those reactions can be extremely incorrect.
It's a special feeling when a fiction book teaches you so much about a subject you didn't expect to learn about while reading a book that entertains you.
Title: Vacuum In The Dark Author: Jen Beagin Page Count: 240 pages Genre: Fiction Rating: ★ ★ ★ Publisher: Scribner Books Release Date: February 26, 2019 Buy It: Chapters Indigo SYNOPSIS Mona is twenty-six and cleans houses for a living in Taos, New Mexico. She moved there mostly because of a bad boyfriend—a junkie named Mr. Disgusting, long story—and her efforts to restart her... Continue Reading →
I love those coming of age stories where you're pulled into this dark unsettling world of adolescence seeped in academia.
There's a tender aspect to this book in the form of friendships and how they stand the test of time and absence.