This is a cool little collection of queer sci-fi stories — something that I would definitely recommend. Claire Kann’s was obviously my favorite, but K. Ancrum’s “Home” definitely also places. It’s no Dahlia Adler anthology, but it is very good — I think it’s really important to read stories of queer people having a future. […]
Genre: Young Adult Fiction / Diversity & Multicultural
It’s a quick read! It’s certainly YA! It’s friends to lovers, it’s a romance, both main characters are Black musicians, it’s very sweet. It’s good! It’s just not that deep. Four stars. Bookshop link here.
Uhhh so unfortunately it turns out that I hate novels written in verse. I have no idea what happened in this book, but it did sound very pretty and it was very gay, which is also the experience of being gay (having no idea what is going on). I think literally anyone else reading this […]
This is a series of excellent short stories by some absolute powerhouses of the young adult fiction world. I enjoyed pretty much all of these shorts, but I was especially pleased to see Mark Oshiro as Libra, which just feels right for some reason, and Roselle Lim, queen of romantic food writing (Vanessa Yu’s Magical […]
I enjoyed this book a lot! I think Maggie, who is the main character, is my favorite character. I really enjoyed her voice throughout the novel. I wasn’t super into or attached to any of the side characters. This is a quick and easy read. Also, a love triangle that I was genuinely invested in! […]