Striking a perfect balance between heartfelt emotions and spot-on humor, this debut features a pop-culture enthusiast protagonist with an unforgettable voice sure to resonate with readers.
This book has ace puns on the cover, and set in college which is great to see some complementary ace stories with older characters. If that and the beautiful cover was enough to convince me.
The Princess Diarist is Carrie Fisher’s New York Times bestselling intimate, hilarious and revealing recollection of what happened behind the scenes on one of the most famous film sets of all time, the first Star Wars movie.
This book isn’t very personal in regards to non-Star Wars things, but it does tell you a lot about her life on set and in the fandom. I think it’s a great book because it’s such a good reminder that there is a person beyond the icon.
A troubled girl confronts her personal demons in this time-travel thriller alternating between present day and 19th century Japan.
I originally picked this up because it was set in Japan, and featured a depressed bisexual character. I think this combination of representation in a character is both very common in reality, but far more rare in fiction.