Queer, magical, utterly stunning.
Category: Crescent Classics
So many feels. SO MANY.
Scapegracers doesn’t need you to love it. It dares you not to.
This series is a phoenix, and it will set your soul on fire and burn your heart to the ground, and it’s so fucking beautiful that the pain of it being over is a thousand times worse than what it puts you through.
The Dark Tide is perfect in every way.
That’s it. That’s the review.
2019 is wrapping up, and 2020 is upon us. It seems only appropriate, then, to look back on the last ten years and marvel at all the literary treasures we’ve received. It’s taken a long time to assemble this list. It hasn’t been easy. Not all of these are books that I loved personally, but […]
Sometimes when you’re dealing with monsters, what you need isn’t a hero. It’s a bigger monster. American soldiers rescue a teenage girl from torture, and bring her back with them to the United States. The problem? She’s not a teenage girl at all, and the rules that keep humans safe from her are null and […]
I devoured this book in under a day. Do you know how long it’s been since that happened to me? I’ve been struggling to concentrate on any book at all, never mind actually finishing one; that’s why my currently-reading shelf on Goodreads contains 49 books – I keep starting things and being unable to finish. […]
This is going to be a slightly non-conventional review. Last year, I read and reviewed K.D. Edwards’ debut, The Last Sun. You can read that review over on Goodreads; it’s not one of my best, so I decided not to cross-post it here. But pretty much immediately, Last Sun skyrocketed to the top of my […]
Gods above, this was one incredible ride! I finished it in just under 24 hours – and it only took me that long because I had to break for Monday’s workday. But Imaginary Corpse is pretty literally unputdownable. My mind is so blown. Imaginary Corpse is the book I didn’t know I wanted. No: didn’t […]