This post covers not only the last of my September reading but, at the end, I share some stats and favourite books about being 3/4 of the way through the year. And let's not talk about how there are only two and a half months left in 2021. What the what?!?!?!?
This was another comfort read and it didn't let me down. One of the things I love about this book is how independent the main character is and how great of a parent she is. I love both of those things about her.
I thought this book was so good. I loved how it was true to First Nations' culture and talked about the divide between the white community and the First Nations community. In some ways this was a murder-mystery book but it was also so much more. I would recommend this book to everyone.
Books written by BIPOC authors: 54
Non-fiction books: 39
Favourite books from this quarter of reading. Please note, these books are in the order I read them, not in order of favourite.
With The Fire On High -- Elizabeth Acevedo
Lady Clementine -- Marie Benedict
The Rose Code -- Kate Quinn
Think Again: The Power Of Knowing What You Don't Know -- Adam Grant
Firekeeper's Daughter -- Angeline Boulley
I'll Be There For You: The One About Friends -- Kelsey Miller
Do you have any books that I have to read before 2021 ends? Have I inspired you to pick up any of these books? Did you watch Friends and are you intrigued enough to check out that book? Tell me below.