Finished Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee. I received a copy for review.
Tash and her best friend Jack have created a web series called Unhappy Families. It’s an updated version of Anna Karenina. (As you may have guessed from the title, Tash is a fan.) The series ends up going viral and she has to deal with newfound popularity.
Here’s all the awesome stuff that isn’t in that synopsis: the book is about friendship and family and all the various types of love. Because Tash is asexual and it’s not the most interesting thing about her. She likes guys and can appreciate them but she doesn’t want to have sex. She likes romance ok but that is as far as she’s interested in going; she doesn’t want to have sex with anyone, ever. And her friends are confused but supportive because they are awesome.
And I love Tash’s family. Her parents are great and her sister is moody but great, and this book feels like real life but better.
All I want is for Kathryn Ormsbee to write a billion more books and release them in a James Patterson-style way. I want new books every month and yes that is unreasonable but her books are awesome and I love them.