If you like weird west stories and chosen one narratives, then read Elysium Girls. The setting and the world are something of a twist on classic western with a vibe that isn’t quite steampunk but something similar. There is even a magic showdown. While I did enjoy the book, I didn’t find myself as immersedContinue reading “Book Review: Elysium Girls”
To the Flame by A.E. Ross My rating: 5 of 5 stars Review: To the Flame When I first heard about To the Flame and realized one of the main characters was nonbinary, I had to read it. I preordered it right away, but then when the author was looking for people to reviewContinue reading “Book Review: To the Flame”
Waking Up the Sun was a cute romance set in a dark yet enchanting forest where two people, the only two people in the forest, gradually fall in love with each other. My favorite part about this was the mental illness representation. The main characters panic attacks, combine with his description of his cycles ofContinue reading “Book Review: Waking Up the Sun”
One of my favorite things about this book was that it included voices from all across the spectrum of nonbinary people.
I received a free copy of Empire of Light from the author, Alex Harrow, in exchange for a fair and honest review. Empire of Light was an action packed read that was challenging to review without giving away, but I think I’ve manage to come up with something spoiler free. There was no shortage of actionContinue reading “Book Review: Empire of Light”
In The Seeds of Dissolution William C. Tracy does a fantastic job weaving the Dissolution universe together. Every little detail of the world the story took place in was so real and flushed out that it felt like it could be coexisting with reality right now. The diversity of species and their genders was myContinue reading “Book Review: The Seeds of Dissolution.”
A few months ago, Meerkat Press had giveaway running: sign up for their newsletter and get a free ebook. I signed up and got a copy of The Year of the Knife It sat on my kindle for a while, on my growing list of things to read. After a big stretch of reading YA,Continue reading “Book Review: The Year of the Knife”