When you read fiction, you’re seeing the world through a character’s eyes. Watching a character interact with the world around them is powerful. If you are a fiction person then you can go through:
The City we became- by N.K Jemisin
Five New Yorkers must come together in order to defend their city from an ancient evil in the first book of a stunning new novel by Hugo Award-winning and NYT bestselling
Deacon King Kong- by James McBride
In Deacon King Kong, author James McBride explores the aftermath of the shooting and the effect on both the people involved and others around them in this oft-neglected neighborhood in South Brooklyn. From the gangsters, to the church-goers and the cops sent to investigate, the shooting sets off a dramatic chain of events.
Kim Jiyoung born 1982- by Cho Nam Joo
It tells the story of an ordinary 30-something Korean woman juggling work and family, and the gender discrimination she faces at each phase of her life.
Little Eyes- by Samanta Schweblin
A visionary novel about the collision of technology and play, horror and humanity, from a master of the spine-tingling tale.
A Burning- by Megha Majumdar
“A BURNING is an excellently crafted, utterly thrilling novel full of characters that I won’t soon forget.
By- Monalisa Gogoi