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I'm the opposite I always go for the sci-fi and I've gotten most of the ones on here. I would recomend "dark matter" "the philosophers flight" or "Spinning Silver (fantasy)" if you wanted to try more sci-fi/fantasy books. On this month I picked this one and "A Woman is no Man"
I literally came on here just to complain about this, I'm only 5 pages into the first chapter and super annoyed. Is this some new literary trend, I don't like it, it adds nothing to the story and makes it more difficult to read. Why try to change something that was not broken? It's not edgy, it's stupid.
Continued from below because couldn't post as one comment They are there to help delve deeper into the surrounding culture of the fictional world. Her exert is no different to newspapers, broadcasters, experts, and books that discuss religion in the real world it is just written as if by someone within the world of the book. Further more she is using Jesus as a positive example of a male leader. The book is set on earth within our timeline with only a few minor changes so the same religions still exist, I don't believe that including them in her book is cheapening the faith it is showing its strength to still be prominent in a world with magic.