Two books that are perfectly okay, and one that is actively terrible. Feel free to skip and avoid the negativity!
This book is an outpouring of feels and laughs and found-family and queer celebration, and I could not possibly love it more.
It’s hard to write about books everyone’s talking about: what is there to add to the conversation? Nonetheless, a few comments…
Her superpower is Powerpoint, and she gets shit DONE.
Also, it is faster to just read the book than to read all my feels about it.
Scapegracers doesn’t need you to love it. It dares you not to.
Wyrd & Wonder isn’t just for books, and there’s one tv show that fantasy fans definitely need to hear about.
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 […]
The Impossible Contract is the second book in Doore’s Chronicles of Ghadid trilogy, a series following a family of assassins in a desert world where water is not only currency, but magic. Contract reads perfectly well as a standalone, but you’re missing out if you skip over book one, The Perfect Assassin, with its homoromantic-asexual, […]
Let’s start as we mean to go on: queer recs!