Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata
Recommended by Libby V:
Murata makes you feel as though you are the protagonist of this book. Keiko has trouble understanding human interactions, but can perfectly imitate them and “pass as normal.” Our look inside her mind reveals that she is possibly autistic, asexual, and aromantic. As an aromantic person myself, I relate to Keiko, and I urge fellow readers to remember Keiko’s experience is unique to her. She gives one possible outlook on the autistic, aromantic, asexual experience.