Adult Fantasy by Briohny Doyle
20-something miseries, book reviews

Book Review of Adult Fantasy: Searching for True Maturity in an Age of Mortgages, Marriages, and Other Adult Milestones by Briohny Doyle

Adult Fantasy reads like a series of letters from your smartest friend, which is just objectively enjoyable to read.

Radio Silence by Alice Oseman
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Book Review: Radio Silence by Alice Oseman

Going to college has changed immensely in the last 10-15 years, and writers from older generations are, frankly, unequipped to represent it in a genuine way. Alice Oseman is a Millennial herself, and has experienced the unique pressures that come along with higher education nowadays, and her expertise on the subject shows.

being a woman, book reviews

Book Review of Doing Harm: The Truth About How Bad Medicine and Lazy Science Leave Women Dismissed, Misdiagnosed, and Sick by Maya Dusenbery

Doing Harm comes back to the root of the problem over and over: this is not a problem only found among a few bad doctors, this is a problem with our medical system as a whole.

being a woman, book reviews

Book Review of Weird in a World That’s Not: A Career Guide for Misfits, F*ckups, and Failures by Jennifer Romolini

Romolini provides solid evidence that if you’re a sensitive, weird, intense person, you can absolutely be successful on your own terms. You just need to know what you’re doing.

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Book Review: Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang by Kate Wilhelm

Any time cloning is involved, heavy-handed messages about individualism are often around the corner, but Wilhelm doesn’t oversimplify that way. Like a scientist, she is clearly in control of where the story is going, but she isn’t in a rush to make any assumptions or come to any conclusions.