10.07.2018

Sourdough by Robin Sloane

Gosh darn it, I love a quirky book. Sourdough by Robin Sloan is just that. The San Francisco references abound, I could almost taste the bread, and I feel like I want to take up baking again. In sum, I loved this book.
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Gosh darn it, I love a quirky book. Sourdough by Robin Sloan is just that. The San Francisco references abound, I could almost taste the bread, and I feel like I want to take up baking again. In sum, I loved this book.

Sourdough tells the story of a young tech worker, Lois Clary, who is gifted with the starter for her favorite restaurant's sourdough bread. From there, things just get crazy.

Lois is a lovable character, riddled with self-doubt and looking for a path forward. While the story has an undercurrent of sadness, it is also filled with wonder and hope. I never knew what would happen next, but I was just happy to be along for the ride.

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