lgbtqia content · sci-fi / fantasy · young adult

REVIEW: Reverie by Ryan La Sala

The Official Description: All Kane Montgomery knows for certain is that the police found him half-dead in the river. He can’t remember how he got there, what happened after, and why his life seems so different now. And it’s not just Kane who’s different, the world feels off, reality itself seems different. As Kane pieces together… Continue reading REVIEW: Reverie by Ryan La Sala

lgbtqia content · young adult

REVIEW: We Are Totally Normal by Rahul Kanakia

The Official Description: Nandan’s got a plan to make his junior year perfect. He’s going to make sure all the parties are chill, he’s going to smooth things over with his ex, and he’s going to help his friend Dave get into the popular crowd—whether Dave wants to or not. The high school social scene might… Continue reading REVIEW: We Are Totally Normal by Rahul Kanakia

lgbtqia content · young adult

REVIEW: Monster of the Week! The Rules Book 2 by F.T. Lukens

The Official Description: Spring semester of Bridger Whitt’s senior year of high school is looking great. He has the perfect boyfriend, a stellar best friend, and an acceptance letter to college. He also has this incredible job as an assistant to Pavel Chudinov, an intermediary tasked with helping cryptids navigate the modern world. His days… Continue reading REVIEW: Monster of the Week! The Rules Book 2 by F.T. Lukens

lgbtqia content · young adult

REVIEW: The Gravity of Us by Phil Stamper

The official description: As a successful social media journalist with half a million followers, seventeen-year-old Cal is used to sharing his life online. But when his pilot father is selected for a highly publicized NASA mission to Mars, Cal and his family relocate from Brooklyn to Houston and are thrust into a media circus. (GoodReads.com)… Continue reading REVIEW: The Gravity of Us by Phil Stamper

lgbtqia content · young adult

Review: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

I read "Red, White & Royal Blue" in one day and I'm pleased to admit that I cried through the last quarter of it. This book is exactly the balm that my poor, battered, immigrant-Canadian heart needed. It's probably not lost on anyone that the past few years have been a challenging time to survive… Continue reading Review: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

general fiction · lgbtqia content · young adult

Review: Deposing Nathan by Zack Smedley

It only took about five pages for me to be hooked on this novel. The introduction of both characters instantly made me curious about them, and that increased steadily. There's been a beating. There's been a stabbing. Nate and Cam have ended up across from each other in a deposition because of the violence that… Continue reading Review: Deposing Nathan by Zack Smedley

Books

Review: You Asked For Perfect by Laura Silverman

I was never a super-dedicated student, but I had friends who were. (I'm looking at you Kim and Val). Ariel is super dedicated. He has his life scheduled to the moment: quizzes, extra projects, orchestra, volunteer work, planning to become Valedictorian and contemplating his answers for his interview with Harvard. Ariel is out (he's bisexual) to… Continue reading Review: You Asked For Perfect by Laura Silverman