Reading Your Recommendations \\ Finna

Originally posted as a Reading Vlog on my Youtube Channel.

Welcome to a new series!

This is a new series over on my YouTube channel, where I ask some of you for personalized reading recommendations based on my reading tastes. I am so excited to experience some books that I otherwise may not have picked up on my own!

Thank you so so so much to @ALifeLivedInBooks for recommending this book to me!

Emily ( @ALifeLivedInBooks )

The beautiful and kind soul, Emily, recommended Finna to me for this series. She is a former bookstore associate and currently a wonderful parent. If you enjoy wholesome and real content about parenthood, books, the world, and work life, I highly recommend giving her instagram a gander! We also have similar reading tastes. For example, we both love the MurderBot Diaries by Martha Wells and middle grade novels and spicy romance. With that in mind, I went into this book with high hopes.

“Finna” by Nino Cipri

Emily described this book to me as a story about two furniture store employees who just broke up traveling through a wormhole that opened up in their store in search of a missing grandma. She said it is quirky, strange, and a fun adventure. I trust her word wholeheartedly.

Reading Finna

This book didn’t just deliver on all of the things Emily said, but it exceeded the expectations I was given. Not only is this a wild multiverse adventure with ex-couple banter, but it is also thrilling, a bit unsettling, and a full on existential crisis. There are many conversations and explorations of heavy topics relating to existence, multiverses, relationships, identity, and mental health. And I personally feel like the topics within this novella are handled with care and done exceptionally.

For my full thoughts and review, check out the corresponding video and please consider liking and subscribing for more posts and videos like this one!

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