The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing. Mira Jacob.
People always say time stands still, and it really is that. You find the thing you love the most, and time will stop for you to love it.
In Three Words: Unpretentious. Sharp. Gentle.
Why Should You Read It: If diaspora literature is your thing. Or if you have dealt with grief of losing someone close to illness that slowly eats away. It’s a simple book. A simple book which gives proper attention to all its characters, and develops a strong narrative for the readers to engage and care for the story.
Beyond the Book:
The author is writing her second book—Good Talk: Conversations I Am Still Confused About
—which is a graphic memoir, and something that I am extremely excited about. Read some excerpts here
, to know why.