Book Review: The Diabolic Trilogy

Okay, I truly, honestly feel that everyone has been sleeping on this YA series. And it disappoints me. Because generic ensemble poo rises in YA sci-fi, and the twisty, turny, complex (ish) and delicious mess that is the Diabolic trilogy sinks into oblivion. So here are my reviews from the trilogy (light edited). I was … Continue reading Book Review: The Diabolic Trilogy

Book Review: The Space Between Worlds

The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Multiverse travel exists, but you can only go to a world where all of your previous selves have died. Cara has no talents other than she's dead in 372 worlds. Plucked from the wastelands, she now lives in the City and travels across the worlds, and in … Continue reading Book Review: The Space Between Worlds

Book Review: Harrow the Ninth

Harrow the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir 🌺🌺🌺🌺/4 You were always such a little bitch when you were angry. 1 star? 5 stars? 2 stars? 4? Harrow the Ninth was my most anticipated release of 2020, and um, I don't know? Was it the most brilliant thing I've ever read or was it an absolute disjointed … Continue reading Book Review: Harrow the Ninth

Book Review: The Relentless Moon

The Relentless Moon by Mary Robinette Kowal 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Trigger Warning: Anorexia, grief, pandemic and suicidal thoughts While Elma York, aka The Lady Astronaut, is away on a three-year mission to Mars, it's up to Nicole Wargin and the others to hold down the fort. Except something is rotten on the Earth, and the trail of … Continue reading Book Review: The Relentless Moon

Upcoming Queer SFF, Sep-Nov 2020

There are a bunch of fantastic-looking SFF novels coming out this fall, with releases from the hottest up-and-comers in SFF: P. Djèlí Clark, Alix E Harrow and K Eason, plus releases from old favorites—CL Polk, Yoon Ha Lee, VE Schwab and Rebecca Roanhorse. I'll probably do a post to highlight my most anticipated adult SFF … Continue reading Upcoming Queer SFF, Sep-Nov 2020

Book Review: Goldilocks

Goldilocks by Laura Lam 🌺🌺🌺.5/5 Women had been ushered out of the workplace, so subtly that few noticed until it was too late. In the near future, climate change has wrecked such havoc on Earth that humanity will probably cease to exist within the next thirty years. But there is potential salvation—in a goldilocks planet … Continue reading Book Review: Goldilocks

Book Review: The Interdependency Trilogy

This week seems to be a week filled of empire (wait until Friday), where the books I read and loved in March get highlighted at the end of April. I am so behind with my reviews it isn't even funny, but I'm giving myself space to breathe and create without censure or reproach. I purchased … Continue reading Book Review: The Interdependency Trilogy