First Person Singular is an anthology of eight short stories by one of my all time favourite authors, Haruki Murakami. Translated from the Japanese by Philip Gabriel, all stories are told in first-person narrative rich with Murakami’s signature storytelling.read more
First, They Erased Our Name: A Rohingya Speaks is a heartbreaking book narrated by a Rohingya on his life from his birth to becoming a refugee. Written by Habiburahman (Habib), Sophie Ansel and translated into English by Andrea Reece, this is such an important book depicting the systematic discrimination and organized massacres towards Rohingya People in Myanmar.read more
Set in Thailand’s turbulent time in the 70’s, A Good True Thai by Sunisa Manning tells a striking story of three students from different backgrounds. Cleverly illustrated, the intricacies of class, racial and ideological are presented through the historical events of the student movement.read more
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