Speak No Evil | book review

Speak No Evil follows best friends Niru and Meredith as they navigate the treacherous waters of senior year. But end-of-year exams and track meets are the least of their problems. For Meredith, it’s all about getting into Harvard alongside her best friend; for Niru, it’s hiding his true self from his parents. Niru is gay, and when his …

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Release | book review

Adam Thorn is about to have one of the worst days of his life. Though he’s dating Linus now, today is the day of his ex-boyfriend’s going-away party, and he’s not exactly sure how he feels about that. Well, first he has to actually get to the party. He’s met with a very uncomfortable situation at work, he learns disappointing news about his …

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The Darkest Part of the Forest | book review

Nothing is what it seems in the strange town of Fairfold. The townspeple and fae coexist, but tourists are fair game, and many come up missing every year. That, along with the monster in the heart of the forest, should be a deterrent to anybody. But what brings the tourists to …

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The Animators | book review

Mel Vaught and Sharon Kisses meet in art school. They are both crazy into drawing cartoons, something looked down upon by their professors and families. But who cares? They’ve found inspiration in each other. They become … Continue reading

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Of Fire and Stars | book review

Since her childhood, it has been decided that Princess Dennaleia would grow up to marry the Prince of Mynaria, Thandilimon. When’s she’s 16 years old, Denna finally travels to Mynaria to meet Prince Thandi and grow accustomed to … Continue reading

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Weird Girl and What’s His Name | book review

Title: Weird Girl and What’s His Name Author: Meagan Brothers Series: n/a Publisher: Three Rooms Press Publication Date: October 2015 Genre(s): Young adult, LGBT, Realistic fiction Opening Line: “Rory,” Lula said, quite gravely, “I’ve just about had it up to here with all this horseshit alcoholic mumbo-jumbo nonsense.” The Synopsis Seventeen-year-old Lula and Rory have been best friends for years. […]

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Will Grayson, Will Grayson | book review

Title: Will Grayson, Will Grayson Author(s): John Green, David Levithan Series: n/a Publisher: Dutton Books Publication Date: April 2010 Genre(s): Young adult, Realistic fiction, Humor, LGBT Opening Line: When I was little, my dad used to tell me, “Will, you can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your friend’s nose.” The Synopsis […]

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