Genre: Fiction / Literary

Book Review: My Government Means to Kill Me

Book Review: My Government Means to Kill Me

You cannot read this as an ebook. You need to get a physical copy, because this book is stuffed with footnotes; footnotes about the time that it’s set in, footnotes to help you better understand the book. Instead of a historical fiction novel that takes place fully in the past, the author acknowledges that people […]

Posted November 20, 2022 by geograph in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
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: All the Things We Don’t Talk About

Book Review: All the Things We Don’t Talk About

This book was really difficult for me, personally, to get through, due to Trauma, You Know, of being part of a really dysfunctional family. But it’s also a story of wild interpersonal relationships, of existing around charismatic but ultimately destructive people (Zoe is the Caroline Calloway of this book and also this family), of betrayal […]