Book Review: Queens of Geek

My review for this falls between 1-2 stars because this was a weird book. I was surprised I didn’t like this book, but reasons are as follows: – I genuinely had a hard time figuring out if I was reading from Taylor or Charlie’s POV. As the book moved on, their characters became so similar,…

Book Review: Before She Ignites

Before She Ignites is an enjoyable read for anyone wanting a psuedo-fantasy. Mira has always been a symbol of hope for the Fallen Isles, perfect and beautiful—or at least that’s how she’s forced to appear. But when she uncovers a dangerous secret, Mira is betrayed by those closest to her and sentenced to the deadliest…

March Wrap-Up

This month improved so much over February, I almost cried, though the Avatar comics are starting to be more meh. Avatar the Last Airbender: Smoke and Shadow Parts 1-3 by Michael Dante DiMartino and Co. I enjoyed this miniseries immensely because of the power struggles in the Avatar world that it showed (specifically with Fire Nation colonies). …

February Wrap-Up

I feel like I somehow read all of the good books in January, which is why February, with a few exceptions was such a crap reading season.  I’m going to start with the comics, move to the books I hated, and wrap-up with the one I adored.   Avatar the Last Airbender: The Rift Parts…

Book Review: Starfish

As someone who suffers from little to no anxiety, I was blown away by the insight into someone’s mind who tackles anxiety on a regular basis.  That and the love of art made this book perfect for me. A gorgeous and emotionally resonant debut novel about a half-Japanese teen who grapples with social anxiety and…