In this weekly feature, Book Riot contributors give brief reviews of their recent reads and advise whether you should buy, borrow, or bypass them.
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Book recommendations for which Neil Gaiman novels you should buy, which you should borrow from your local library, and which you should skip.
Mini-reviews of four non-fiction comics about the Middle East, by Marjane Satrapi, Sarah Glidden, Riad Sattouf, and Joe Sacco.
Mini-reviews of YA novels with asexual protagonists!
Mini reviews of horror novels by Asian authors!
Mini-reviews of books by Virgos, including Cheryl Strayed's Wild and Purple Hibiscus by the author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Mini-reviews of second books, including Andy Weir's latest, ARTEMIS.
Mini-reviews of non-fiction about space!
Mini-reviews of novels about sisters!
YA historical fiction to buy, borrow, and skip altogether.
Mini-reviews of memoirs about illness.
Memoirs about body positivity and fat acceptance!
Mini-reviews of young adult novels featuring reality television shows.
The Object Lessons series highlights the history of simple, everyday objects.
Mini-reviews of books about loving families with their own issues.