Review: The Epic Crush Of Genie Lo

An action packed and utterly hilarious read, The Epic Crush of Genie Lo is not one you want to miss out on. Release Date: August 8th Page Count: 336 Genre: Fantasy Author: F.C. Lee Synopsis: The struggle to get into a top-tier college consumes sixteen-year-old Genie Lo’s every waking thought. But when her sleepy Bay […]

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Review: I Hate Everyone But You

Arc review of I Hate Everyone But You provided by Netgalley for an honest review. Release Date: September 5th Page Count: 352

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August TBR Pile

Very quick post. This is going to be a bit of a reach but I’m going to try my hardest to get most of my reads over with before school starts in September.

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My Friend Is Problematic, What Do I Do?

Does your friend say things that make you uncomfortable? Do they say things that just aren’t okay and are invalidating someone’s existence? Are you at a loss of what to do? Worry no longer, here something that might help

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Why I Read Reviews

There are a lot of readers who couldn’t care less about reviews. They always are the ones saying that people should form their own opinion from scratch about the books. But I find that reviews are some of the most helpful things to find books readers will genuinely enjoy.

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Review: They Both Die At The End

Thanks to the lovely Shenwei I was able to get my hands on this book and will be reviewing it as an own voices reviewer. And do you know how happy I am at having a book with Queer Latinxs! So here is my review of Adam’s Silvera’s third novel.

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Review: The Forbidden Wish

So I picked up this book the other day because Fadwa was recommending this one in place of another problematic book. And I honestly couldn’t resist picking it up after seeing how much Fadwa loved it.

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Why Non-canon Hurts

  We all, as readers, know those theories that are better than the actual book. Because as readers we know what we want and a lot of us use head canons to achieve what the author ignored. Readers make fan art of characters making them POC. Or placing them in an LGBTQIA+ relationship. But why […]

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Review: Queer There & Everywhere

I read this book along with the Book Bound Society for Pride Month. And hopefully this review gives you a general idea of what to expect before you pick up the book. Also for #sumbtreadathon I am going to review every single thing I read so get ready for a lot of Rea’s opinions this month.

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