Mina Seçkin

Genres: Literary Fiction
Mina Seçkin recommends
The Last Island (2022)
Zülfü Livaneli
"Urgent and allegorical, Livaneli is masterful in his depiction of how authoritarian power destroys a community's people and environment. The Last Island is a stunning novel that will stay with me for a long time."
The Applicant (2023)
Nazli Koca
"The Applicant is brilliant in its mordant and moving portrait of Leyla, a Turkish immigrant in Berlin who cleans a hostel for pay, parties by night, and yearns for the freedom to write every moment in between. Shining a critically frank light on citizenship, censorship, belonging and loss, Nazli Koca writes masterfully about a young artist's sheer will to live and to write despite the monumental cost of living as a migrant in the Western world. I inhaled this novel like its pages were air to breathe."
The Human Origins of Beatrice Porter and Other Essential Ghosts (2023)
Soraya Palmer
"At once mischievous and warm, Soraya Palmer's voice will bewitch you from the very first page, leading you through the complexities of sisterhood and motherhood, belonging and loss."

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