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Book Review: Heathens by Jonah Bergan

TW: death, oppression and violence based on sexual orientation Can one angry boy save the world? I have not read a more accurate tagline in a very long time. Heathens by Jonah Bergan follows Holden, an extremely angry teenager in the aftermath of the fall of civilization as we know it. This is a ‘young … Continue reading

Polarization

With every issue big and small, there tends to be an extreme polarization within a community. Especially in the United States, where we seem to thrive on polarization! Just take a look at our political system with its ‘Us vs. Them’ and ‘You’re with Us or Against Us’ mentality. There is no room for anything … Continue reading

ARC Review: Neo-Mecha Mayhem by Priya Sridhar

I received an advanced reader copy in exchange for an open and honest review. Neo-Mecha Mayhem by Priya Sridhar is set in an alternate futuristic Japan where the United States set up an ‘Americanized’ colony in Japan as a part of the treaty to end World War II. In this alternate future, there is a … Continue reading

Book Review: The Beautiful Ones by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

I received an e-arc in exchange for my open an honest review. I was excited about The Beautiful Ones as soon as I heard it was a book coming from Silvia Moreno-Garcia. Last year I read her gritty vampire novel, Certain Dark Things, and absolutely loved it! Needless to say, I was excited to get approved for … Continue reading

Back from Hiatus

For the past couple of months I have taken an unannounced hiatus. As some of you know I was in the process of searching for a new job and preparing to move out of my apartment. I am excited to report that I did indeed find a new job to continue to work with college … Continue reading

May 2017 Giveaway

Hello all! This month, I was perusing some used book sales and happened across a couple I already owned or read but think other folks should have the chance. I am giving them away as a bundle at the end of this month! What are the books you ask? Push by Sapphire  This book is hard. … Continue reading

Book Review: 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami

‘Ho ho,’ says the Keeper of the Beat. When I set to embark on this journey in the beginning of April, I had no idea where this story would take me. I have read a handful a Murakami novels and I was familiar with his abstract, explicit, and almost dream-like way of presenting his stories. … Continue reading

Book Review: Shadowshaper + Ghost Girl in the Corner by Daniel José Older

I saw a bunch of hype about Shadowshaper online and when I randomly saw it in my local public library, I knew I had to check it out. Shadowshaper follows Sierra, a young artist plunged into the world of, well… shadow shaping because of her family lineage. My favorite aspect of this world is the … Continue reading

Book Review: American Street by Ibi Zoboi

What would you do for fam? American Street is the #OwnVoices debut novel by Ibi Zaboi and it packs a punch. This is not a happy story; however, it was very powerful and before I get to my thoughts, I want to recommend this as a solid read with the following warnings. TW: drugs, domestic … Continue reading

Where is all the Fun?

Playing board games, reading books, and writing on my blog are my hobbies. In essence, if I am not working, I am usually doing one of those three things. They provide me with time to relax, destress, and interact with my friends and family. I have fun in all three of my hobbies. Because of … Continue reading

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