February is the month of love.
All shops, cafes and restaurants are ready to put festive decorations to plunge into the atmosphere of St. Valentine’s Day. Book critics from Manitoba are no exception. They prepared 10 of the most interesting books about love, which are definitely worth reading in February.
1.Tin Man by Sarah Winman
This is a story about three friends who found themselves in a love triangle and do not know how to get out of it. This unusual story will make you reconsider your attitude to romance.
2. The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang
The main character experiences real apathy for kisses and any kind of intimacy. By chance, she meets a man who introduces her to those areas of life that she did not know about.
3. I Think I Am in Friend-Love with You by Yumi Sakugawa
This story tells about platonic relationship, and that friend-love can be sometimes even more important than love-love. It can become the best choice for those who always tend to find friendship where they find true love.
4. Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro
Three friends Kathy, Ruth and Tommy spent their childhood in a secluded English boarding school. When it is time to leave school, they opened up about the details from the time spent there. A love story is also present in the plot.
5. Etta and Otto and Russell and James by Emma Hooper
Being 82, Etta decided to leave her native Saskatchewan and to go on an adventure. Her dream is to see the sea. This story is filled with feelings and love.
6. Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
This is a love story between a child and nature. This is a story about how nature raised a child and how much love it can give.
7. They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera
Two teen boys find the love of their life. However, this is their last day on earth. The book raises questions of death and the value of love.
8. Brother by David Chariandy
The book tells about two brothers who were born in a family of immigrants from Trinidad. This is a story about deep family love and relationships between brothers.
9. The Letters of Abelard and Heloise by Pierre Abélard and Héloïse d'Argenteuil
Readers will learn the details of the relationship between 12th-century French philosopher Pierre Abélard and his pupil Héloïse.
10. Sunburn by Laura Lippman
Two strangers spend together a passionate summer. Readers will face many questions that are not answered. This story will not leave fans of romantic but dark stories indifferent.