Reading this wonderful, heartwrenching book about deep-ocean worlds and the climate crisis in the middle of an intense typhoon put lots of things into perspective. I don’t think I’ve seen or will see anything like it, so if you like strange, beautiful stories, check this one out!

Climate fiction written by people who are most affected carry a particular gravity. This book was written by a Pasifika author, and it’s very evident in the way culture and ties to the ocean bleeds into every word. This is my favorite read of the year so far 🥲

Yeah so sorry if this thread was incomprehensible, I’m crying like a baby