Long Way Down

Long Way Down

Jason Reynolds pens a haunting novel in verse that leaves the reader breathless. After Will’s brother, Shawn, is murdered, Will finds the gun Shawn stashed in their bedroom and heads […]

Ghost

Ghost

What a delightful, quick audiobook experience! Castle “Ghost” Cranshaw has always been running… from the stigma of his poor neighborhood, from the memories of his violent father, from his own […]

They Both Die at the End

They Both Die at the End

I’ll be honest: in the beginning I wasn’t sure if I would be able to connect with these characters, particularly Rufus. By the end, though, they became a lesson to […]

Two Bios and a Gay Romance

Two Bios and a Gay Romance

I had a pretty awesome reading week trying to squeeze in a few more queer books before the end of June. I’m still working on one of them so I’ll […]

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

Monty is perfectly flawed. He’s the kind of character that manages to be likeable (though that’s not a requirement) while making terrible decisions. When the novel begins, Monty is a […]

Quick Picks: Spring 2017

Quick Picks: Spring 2017

Comics I read  this in issues way back when those came out.  This was a great story arc about teamwork and sticking together. I just love these girls and how […]

Quick Picks: Winter 2016-17

Quick Picks: Winter 2016-17

Comics I actually read this back in June of last year, but I waited for the trade paperback collection to come out before posting about it here. The trade is […]

The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad

I’m almost at a loss for words. I can’t think of anything I could say that would contribute to the overall reaction to this book. The only thing I can […]