If you’re looking for relatable life stories that will make you laugh until you cry, then I have the perfect book for you. Jewmorous is as thoughtful as it is risqué – making it one of the most original and compelling coming-of-age stories you will ever read. Written by Herman Lentz, the book chronicles his life stories growing up, told from a Long Island Jewish perspective.
Harrowing and unpredictable, Paper World is a page-turning novel like no-other. Beautifully written by author Maureen Cummins, it is the story of a girl who finds herself lost down a rabbit hole – trying to retrace her steps and find her way back to the surface. Will she climb and catch her breath again? Or will her paper world rip to shreds beneath her feet?
There is something special about the coming-of-age genre. As a reader, it’s thought-provoking and relatable to witness the highs and lows of growth in a character’s life. No matter who we are or where we come from, we all come of age in our own way – making it the ultimate commonality. So, if you are seeking an empathetic story that speaks to fundamental aspects of the human experience, check out these three highly acclaimed coming-of-age novels.
The Long Takeout is a creative, thoughtful work of fiction. In nine short stories, author Elijah Douresseau chronicles captivating tales that reflect the interconnection between food, culture, and self-discovery.
If you are looking for a new romance novel, this is the place to start. Check out these four books where enemies become lovers, and hesitance leads to passion. Summer reading season is still here, so keep enjoying the hot weather with these even hotter indie romance recommendations.