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From December 21-31, I’ll be reading these five translated books for the Reading in Translation Readathon: Women of Sand and Myrrh, Timeless Tales from Marwar, Kim Jiyoung Born 1982, An Apartment on Uranus, and Moustache.Read More
Five 2021 sequels to fantasy books by south asian authors are being anticipated the most. Read more about these titles: The Chariot at Dusk, Aru Shah and the City of Gold, Rising Like a Storm, We Free the Stars, and A War of Swallowed Stars.Read More
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Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles – THERE’S MAGIC, BEAUTY, AND MYSTERY IN THIS DEBUT YA FANTASY
Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles is an absolute favourite YA fantasy with themes of smashing sexism + rebelling against systems in the midst of romantic yearning and an air of mystery.Read More
Rise of the Red Hand by Olivia Chadha – South Asian Sci-Fi Dystopia Inflicts a Subtle Pain of Reality
Rise of the Red Hand by Olivia Chadha is a a South Asian science-fiction dystopia that impressed me with its timely themes of climate change and classism around a revolution against technocracy.Read More
The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi — Diverse YA Historical Fantasy Gives A Squad To Love, Heists & More
The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi is a heist-filled YA historical fantasy set in 1889 Paris with diverse characters, complex magic, romance and excellent themes. An absolute favourite of mine.Read More
Ever found yourself in a blogging slump? Here’s a list of easy to write or create ideas to come up with some fresh content for your book blog!Read More