MODERN LIT THREAD
talk about what's new, what's good, what's not popular but should be.
I want some suggestions on hidden 21st Century gold, every time I go to a book store all I see are shitty teen fictions copying divergent and hunger games success or shitty fantasy copying Game of thrones
Just read "The Moor's Account" by Laila Lalami.
Pretty solid as far as historical fiction goes, and pretty short, I knocked it out in two days. Pulitzer Fiction and Man Booker finalist.
Also, Soumission and Brief History of Seven Killings were great.
Is My Struggle just a scandinavian whining? Is there any action?
Soumission was pretty funny, and had some legit political suspense to it.
That said, he is a bit of an alarmist, like how he has white women suddenly dressing modestly and public schools become muslim the second a muslim gets a majority in a parliament
anyone got some good heist novels to read? I literally can't find any in the market. and I've already been tricked a fair bit of times by books that advertise "thieves" only for it to be your typical damsel in distress novel
Sorry for the poor quality, but does this answer your question?
It's not mine. I just like it so much I feel motherly instincts towards it and want everyone to love it as much as i do waaaaah even the author doesn't care enough to edit and get it published, I asked him on Twitter