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After binging several episodes, I was tempted to submit a request of my own. I wonder if you could recommend a sweet-hearted story with an older, skeptical or inexperienced narrator with a similar mindset and a happy ending. In the ballpark of The Rosie Project maybe?
Have read Persuasion and Attachments. No YA and please no trigger warnings. Questions 1. One of my best friends just got accepted to volunteer with the Peace Corps in Samoa. For her birthday, I want to give her a book that will get her extra hyped about the experience; she's already done a ton of research so I'm not necessarily looking for something informative so much as something that's just fun!
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I was thinking of something more contemporary than Margaret Mead or Robert Louis Stevenson--maybe even something Own Voices but doesn't have to be. She reads mostly fiction and some memoir but not a lot of straight non-fiction. I've always had depression, so at this point it seems like old hat, but recently I've been suffering with massive amounts of anxiety.
Like, heart palpitating, ears rushing, feel dizzy and panicking over literally nothing. I am doing yoga, and I stopped eating meat, I journal every day, and I've read the self help books but honestly sometimes nothing helps except to distract myself until it goes away. What I'm looking for is basically a great audiobook maybe a mystery?
I loved Anne of Green Gables, but even that was kind of too much post- the first book. Note: I've read Hyperbole and a Half, Furiously Happy, The Year of Yes, and a lot of the other popular "self help" style books, but really what I'm looking for is good fun distraction.
Hello, I'm looking for fiction about evil children. I had an intense, visceral reaction to the title character in this novel, and the ending absolutely ripped my heart out. It made me want to read all I could about evil kids, but I wasn't able to find much. I'm also hoping for something more contemporary. Do you guys have anything in mind that will fill my need for bad babies?
Hi there- I work in a bookstore and conduct a YA bookclub.
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We've read and loved books of multiple different genres. While we mostly stick to YA, we've recently started venturing into Sci-fi and Fantasy picks. While we've thoroughly enjoyed most of these books, we keep bumping into two problems with YA picks: 1. We enjoy the heavier themes of some contemporary and historical fic YA, like examinations on race, mental illness, and troubling family dynamics.
But we've read too many that have described sexual violence often familial in very graphic detail. Sometimes wading through the YA section, it's difficult to find books that are written well and don't follow the typical YA tropes. We're very tired of love triangles- especially in the fantasy and dystopian genres. Bonus points for Fantasy picks. I have recently started a book club at my local non-profit for our volunteers. I work for Voices for Children CASA , which assigns volunteers to look out for the best interests of children in foster care.
I am a devote reader of literary fiction but want to get into contemporary YA. Where's a girl to start?
Hey ladies! Recently, I have experienced some love life turmoil and being a big fan of book therapy, I was wondering if you knew of any books about unrequited crushes, or the friends to lover trope not working out.
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I prefer contemporary over fantasy if possible. John Mandel tw: child abuse. Amanda and Jenn discuss fantasy, diverse kids books, awkward romances and more in this week's episode of Get Booked. He has a long road trip this summer and is looking for a new series to dive into on audio. His past favorites have included Game of Thrones of course! Any thoughts?? My "deadline" for this question is June , that is the first birthday month :. Two of my best girl friends have made me the proudest Auntie of three beautiful little boys.
Ages 4 years, 8 months, and 2 months old. All three of my nephews are multiracial, and two 4 years old and 8 months old are brothers. Hi Amanda, Hi Jenn I am taking woman's history, and my professor is focusing on American woman who influence history. She assigned a project on women we don't talk about but have influenced or changed society. I have been left wanting more because I want to learn more about women who have influence outside America.
I would love to read more on Mexican women, British women, African American women who have influenced history. Hello, my son's birthday is coming up towards the end of May, and I am looking for book recommendations. He will be turning Lately, to my excitement,I have been able to find my way through a few books that we have both been able to form a connection over. We both seem to enjoy them and like talking about them together. But as of late I am now stuck.
Could you help me with some recommendations? I have not read those yet, but from how he describes them I would like to read them. Also, the Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things which are a collection of Japanese ghost stories with a mythological and traditional background.
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Graphic novels are a big plus, because of his love for art. I'm not sure if this will help but we both like Tim Burton's work.
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First things first, I absolutely love this podcast! Thank you so much for always have great recommendations! I have recently read "Me before you" by Jojo Moyes and really enjoyed it especially the controversial subject of assisted suicide that's legal in Switzerland. I got very interested in this subject and haven't been able to find any great books that deal with this matter.
I was wondering if you'd be able to help me with that! Thank you so so much! Jenn and Amanda, Though I used to read a lot of urban fantasy romance in the past, more recently I tend to just dabble in romance.
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I thought I had found the perfect heroine in Lady Philippa in One Good Earl Deserves a Lover by Sarah MacLean, but unfortunately as soon as the steamy scenes became physical, our heroine is very not awkward and somehow instinctually knows what to do. Can you ladies help me out??
I'm sure you've gotten a few of these already but Black Panther, Afrofuturism, please! I've heard it described as afrofuturism which is a term I've heard before, but am maybe not as familiar with as I'd like to be. I think I'm a little more interested in a novel, but I'll take a comic if you've got one you are excited about.
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I'm not even sure if these qualify under that genre as my understanding of the term is loose , but I've read N. What have you got? Catch Up with Recommended Season 1! Recommended is back! Season 2 will start on May 16, so there's no time like the present to catch up with Season 1. Get more details and subscribe at bookriot. Hey Amanda and Jenn! I'm looking for a good book for my boyfriend. He's never really enjoyed reading but is trying to change that, particularly because his sister and I just gush over books every time we're around each other and I think he wants in on the fun.
He's mentioned that he might be interested in something like Stephen King, but the size of the books are too intimidating. I think he would particularly enjoy mysteries or thrillers, but any genre is welcome. The most important thing is that the books are not too long and they are easy to get through -- so no complicated structures or long lists of characters.