Summer Reads: Writers and Madwomen

The mixture of books I read is eclectic, but oftentimes predictable. There’s fair bit of non-fiction, which I usually read during the day. Fiction is reserved for evenings, and tends to hover between gothic classics and stories about neurotic women. In summer, however, I often read indie novels, and today present you two recent favourites by Lily King and Ottessa Moshfegh.

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