finna by nino cipri

good start of the year.

it’s been useful for me to read a highly critical view on ikea, one of my favourite places to shop. those parts of the book live up to the “anti-capitalist” adventure, promised by the blurb on the frond cover (even publishing have succumbed to this horrendous trend).

however, what i liked the most was introspection on the breakup between two main characters. a messy breakup when all lines are muddled and no decision seems to be the right one – who hasn’t been through one? and this story is beyond relatable, given the choices made by the author.

if you want a view on life from a conflicted young person diagnosed with depression and anxiety, that won’t crush you down with despair – try “finna”.