Tender is the Flesh | book review

When a virus wipes out the animal population of the world, cannibalism becomes legal. Humans are bred and farmed for mass consumption. “Special meat,” it’s called. Marcos, who works at a processing plant, tries not to think about what he’s doing—tries not to think about the “heads” (not humans—they’re not called that anymore) that he’s . . .

Bookshelf Tour

So, I haven’t posted anything other than a review in a while, so I thought I’d share a #shelfie! I know that’s for Instagram more than a blog, but I figured I could go a little more in-depth about my bookshelves and the books on them. So, if you’ve ever wondered about my shelves, today’s your lucky day. As you can see, I've recently organized . . .