May Books 5 must read novels this month

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No one can pronounce my name by Rakesh Satyal

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It's a new month and a time of the month where we all looking for something new, good and interesting to read.

This month has got with it a whole lot of great books for us to explore. From Amy Thielen's Give a Girl a Knife to Weike Wang's Chemistry. Here are some books to choose from this May.

1. Give a Girl a Knife by Amy Thielen

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Give a girl a knife by Amy Thielen

(Minnesota Monthly)
 

This book, written by Amy Thielen is a food memoir which chronicles one woman’s journey from her rural Midwestern hometown to the intoxicating world of New York City fine dining—and back again—in search of her culinary roots.

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2. One of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

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One of us is lying by Karen M. McManus

(Goodreads)
 

In this story describes what happens when five strangers walk into detention and only four walks out alive. Everyone is a suspect, and everyone has something to hide.

3. No Good Deed by Goldy Moldavsky

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No good deed by Goldy Moldavsky

(Goodreads)
 

This story about a contest to see who can do the most good takes a turn for the worst as Gregor Maravilla and the rest of his Camp Save the World compatriots start taking things a titch too seriously.

4. No One Can Pronounce My Name by Rakesh Satyal

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No one can pronounce my name by Rakesh Satyal

(Target)
 

A friendship blooms between two Indian immigrants as they struggle to find their place in the world: Harit, a middle-aged man who has begun dressing as his recently-deceased sister to help his mother, and Ranjana, who's begun writing paranormal romance as her life makes some uncertain turns.

5. Chemistry by Weike Wang

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Chemistry by Weike Wang

(Amazon)
 

A chemistry graduate student is put in two dilemmas. She’s not sure she wants to be studying chemistry anymore, even though it will devastate her Chinese parents, and she can’t bring herself to accept her boyfriend’s proposal.  What should she do?

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