The Mothers by Brit Bennett
In this story, expressed in multiple perspectives, but generally narrated by one of the mothers, or the group of church moms who do various tasks for their community, we learn about a girl's decision to terminate a pregnancy and everything that follows it. Bennett does an amazing job of showing readers what it's like when you're from a conservative community and you make certain decisions without really making the book about abortion or anything like that. Nadia, the protagonist, wants to just move on with her life, but unfortunately living in a small town, everyone gets in everyone's business. This is an emotional, deeply engrossing read, and I couldn't put it down.
The Wangs Vs the World by Jade Chang
Charles Wang found his fortune in America with his cosmetics empire, and raised his family in luxury. But a few bad decisions led to his losing everything. In this funny, heartfelt story, readers get the perspectives of all the Wangs throughout their adventure finding a new place in the world for themselves. Charles in particular becomes obsessed with reclaiming the lands of his ancestors in China, while his children are finding their place in different ways. I enjoyed the bits of Chinese dialogue peppered in, much like Junot Díaz does with Spanish in his books.