One of the highlights of August, even if we have to do it online this year; the celebration of love and identity in any shape or form with fellow humans. You can join the party with these titles. Enjoy!
Text: Susan Jessen Spiele
Funny, romantic and emotional
Red White & Royal Blue
By Casey McQuiston
Alex, the First Son and Prince Henry of England are enemies. After their long-held feud escalates to a disaster at a Royal Wedding, the two are forced to fake a friendship in the spotlight to smooth international relations, and it changes everything!
Immersive, intense and thought-provoking
Swimming in the Dark
By Tomasz Jedrowski
In Poland in 1980 two young men meet and spend a dreamlike summer together, falling in love. Back in Warsaw, the harsh reality under the communist party and the catholic church sets in. They both have to find a way to survive.
Vulnerable, intimate and honest
A Year Without a Name: A Memoir
By Cyrus Grace Dunham
For as long as they can remember, Cyrus Grace Dunham felt like a visitor in their own body. Moving between Grace and Cyrus, Dunham brings us inside the chrysalis of gender transition, challenging our most basic assumptions about gender.
Inspiring, compelling and engaging
By Mary M. Talbot
Two young women, Cath from London and Mitch from Yorkshire, are getting involved. Not just with each other, but in the fight for the environment and against climate change. Cath goes to visit Mitch in Yorkshire during the flooding in 2015.
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