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BOOK REVIEW: JAY’S GAY AGENDA by Jason June

Jason June dives into a sexier world with their debut YA novel Jay’s Gay Agenda. In Jay’s Gay Agenda, Jay finds himself going from a small town life where the gay population is solely him, to a bustling city where anything is possible. Overwhelmed, he creates an agenda, a list where he organizes what he wants […]

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BOOK REVIEW: LOST IN THE NEVER WOODS by Aiden Thomas

Aiden Thomas manages to sprinkle a bit of pixie dust on Lost in the Never Woods. It’s been five years since Wendy returned from being lost without her brothers. Her family doesn’t know what happened to her, the cops asked every single question they could think of, and even Wendy herself can’t remember anything that […]

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BOOK REVIEW: THIS IS HOW WE FLY by Anna Meriano

Anna Meriano scores multiple goals in This Is How We Fly, and even catches her own snitch while doing so. Ellen somehow manages to get herself grounded through the whole summer. No friends, no phone, no going out.  The only thing that manages to give her some freedom, is Quidditch practice. A sport created for […]

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BOOK REVIEW: MASTER OF ONE by Jaida Jones and Dani Bennett

Jaida Jones and Dani Bennett created an intense book in Master of One that’ll offer readers a wild ride they’ll never forget. In Master of One, Rags finds out that sometimes being a small time thief can attract the attention of some pretty powerful people. So when he’s given a job by a powerful sorcerer […]

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BOOK REVIEW: DEAR JUSTYCE by Nic Stone

Nic Stone delivers a powerful message that the world needs to hear in Dear Justyce. As a companion novel to Dear Martin, Dear Justyce follows Quan as he spends his time in prison over a murky murder of a cop that he may or may not have committed. Told in flashbacks of his past and […]

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Book Review: SHINE by Jessica Jung

Jessica Jung offers delicious secrets about the K-Pop world in her debut novel, SHINE. Former Girls’ Generation member Jessica Jung writes about a girl’s tale into K-pop stardom in Shine. Six years ago, Rachel Kim, a Korean-American teenager, was recruited by DB Entertainment, the top K-Pop producing company in the world. Moving from America to […]

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Book Review: THE COMPANION by Katie Alender

Katie Alender delivers a suspenseful story in her latest novel that will make you never want to trust a stranger ever again. In The Companion, Margot is now an orphan, the sole survivor of a car crash that killed her family. Lost without family, she’s shocked when a prestigious family handpicks her to live with […]

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Book Review: CEMETERY BOYS by Aiden Thomas

Aiden Thomas makes sure they are unapologetically Latinx and queer with their debut novel, CEMETARY BOYS. Yadriel wants to prove to his family that his gender is valid. As a trans man, not only does he have to prove to everyone in the outside world that he’s legit, but he has to prove to his […]

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Book Review: FAITH: TAKING FLIGHT by Julie Murphy

Julie Murphy has us flying through wild plot lines in FAITH: TAKING FLIGHT. It wasn’t until I got towards the end Faith: Taking Flight by Julie Murphy that Google told me the story originated in the 90s. I was shocked and almost a bit relieved to find out that the main character, Faith Herbert, is […]

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Book Review: HOUSE OF DRAGONS by Jessica Cluess

In HOUSE OF DRAGONS, Jessica Cluess delivers a non-stop thrill ride that dives deep into politics and breathes life into action-packed scenes. Normally, when the Emperor of Etrusia passes away, the Great Dragon calls the eldest child from each of the five Houses to compete in the Trials with their respective dragon. The winner becomes […]