4 Quebec books popular on TikTok to read on public transit
Here are four excellent #BookTokQC suggestions to read on the train or bus. Enjoy!
📚 La note brisée, Jessyca David
La note brisée recounts the psychological healing of Emma, an ambitious college student. Her recovery is aided by her friends, loves and... a rivalry. It just goes to show that love and hate may have more in common than you think.
A recommendation by a fan of @jesss.david
📚 📚 Lamentable, Sam Cyr
Lamentable is the story of a repressed homosexual during the first year of university. The well-balanced, self-deprecating story takes place in Gaspésie, Québec. The protagonist is at once endearing and detestable, and the tone is serious yet humorous. In short, it’s a highly captivating novel.
A recommendation by @joanie.gaspesie
📚 📚 📚 Rentrer son ventre et sourire, Laurence Beaudoin-Masse
Rentrer son ventre et sourire tells the story of Élie, one of the country’s most popular influencers. While she creates content to motivate her fans to adopt healthy lifestyle habits, she’s haunted by a realization: what if, by always wanting to be perfect, she’s forgotten what’s truly important?
A recommendation by @lesouffledesmots
📚 📚 📚 📚 Je suis Pompéi, Ava Rose Riverin
Je suis pompéi is the story of Alice, a mother stuck in a toxic relationship. Inspired by actual events, this tragic tale will hook you from the very first pages thanks to the author’s impressive writing skills.
A recommendation by @mariepierre_lit