Review: Persephone Station by Stina Leicht
Persephone Station, a seemingly backwater planet that has largely been ignored by the United Republic of Worlds becomes the focus for the Serrao-Orlov Corporation as the planet has a few secrets the corporation tenaciously wants to exploit.
Book Review: Fireheart Tiger by Aliette de Bodard
Fire burns bright and has a long memory….
Quiet, thoughtful princess Thanh was sent away as a hostage to the powerful faraway country of Ephteria as a child. Now she’s returned to her mother’s imperial court, haunted not only by memories of her first romance, but by worrying magical echoes of a fire that devastated Ephteria’s royal palace…
Book Review: Critical Point by S.L. Huang
Math-genius mercenary Cas Russell has stopped a shadow organization from brainwashing the world and discovered her past was deliberately erased and her superhuman abilities deliberately created.
And that’s just the start…
Diverse Reads: October 2020
This post is part of my diverse reads feature, where I list all the diverse books I’ve read in a given month. I can’t say that my reading has been back to normal, but at least it’s been going better than it did in September. As always, there have been a few great diverse, mostly […]
Diverse Reads: May – Sept 2020
This post is part of my diverse reads feature, where I list all the diverse books I’ve read in a given month. It’s been a while since I last published one of my Diverse Reads posts, but that’s definitely not due to me not reading any diverse books (more like not reading at all *ahem*). […]
Book review: Of Dragons, Feasts and Murders by Aliette de Bodard
Summary Lunar New Year should be a time for familial reunions, ancestor worship, and consumption of an unhealthy amount of candied fruit. But when dragon prince Thuan brings home his brooding and ruthless husband Asmodeus for the New Year, they find not interminable family gatherings, but a corpse outside their quarters. Asmodeus is thrilled by […]
Diverse Books: Queer books by Black authors
We’re celebrating Pride Month in June because of the Stonewall riots in June 1969 and it was Black trans and queer people at the front, fighting for the rights of queer people. With the current events, it’s especially important to not just celebrate queer books, but to highlight those by Black authors (and that goes […]
Diverse Reads: April 2020
This post is part of my diverse reads feature, where I list all the diverse books I’ve read in a given month. April was an A-mazing reading month for me with a lot more books than I have read in a long time, but especially during all that is happening right now. I found a […]