An epically beautiful sci fi that asks what it means to be a person.
The ending this series deserved.
A beautiful story that raises thoughtful points on history and who gets to tell it.
A weaker story doesn’t live up to the incredible worldbuilding, but still a fun read!
Scapegracers doesn’t need you to love it. It dares you not to.
“Impossible is a word for yesterday, not tomorrow.”
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, […]