Category: historical

Book Review: Sirens & Muses

Book Review: Sirens & Muses

This book has FANTASTIC vibes. It’s queer, it’s here, it’s set in 2011, it’s about artists at an elite college and it’s mostly about the inner thoughts and lives of those artists. Very light on plot and I wouldn’t necessarily call what any of the characters go through “development”, but I LOVED the vibes. I […]

Posted October 25, 2022 by geograph in adult, historical, queer, review, sapphic / 0 Comments
Book Review: Mother Ocean Father Nation

Book Review: Mother Ocean Father Nation

This was an interesting and intense novel about two siblings and survival and secrets and destabilization and coming of age. Each sibling’s story is equally compelling, but Bhumi has my heart. Each character is distinct from one another, and the political machinations and how they affect the people affected by them ring true. Four stars. […]

Posted October 24, 2022 by geograph in adventure, historical, queer, YA / 0 Comments
Book Review: Spear

Book Review: Spear

On the surface, this is everything I love in a book (queer Arthurian retelling! Welsh Arthurian retelling! sapphic!), but it really unfortunately felt like it Was Not For Me, which I don’t think was any particular fault of the book itself, it was honestly probably just the fact that it is Finals Week and also […]

Posted September 29, 2022 by geograph in adventure, fantasy, historical, review, YA / 0 Comments
Book Review: Siren Queen

Book Review: Siren Queen

Obligatory I don’t usually read historical novels etc etc but also this book stalked me on the internet for months until I requested it from NetGalley. Also I was not persuaded to read more historical novels by this book! Great writing! Great magical realism! Great book! Incredible intense look into names and ownership of names […]

Posted May 22, 2022 by geograph in adult, historical, queer, review, sapphic / 0 Comments