Articles Posted in the " Books " Category

  • “Nevernight” Is a Dark and Compelling Fantasy

    A world with three suns is the setting for Jay Kristoff’s Nevernight. In this world where it is almost always daylight, Mia Corvere has her family violently ripped away from her at a young age, and she spends the next six years mercilessly training to join the Red Church – a secret group of deadly assassins. […]



  • Tillie Walden on Her Process, Coming Out, and Yuri on Ice

    Unless you’ve just stumbled across The Geekiary, you’ll know that we love ourselves a little Yuri on Ice. That’s why, when I read over the list of ARCs that would be available at this year’s BookExpo America, I paused on the description of Spinning by Tillie Walden, a graphic memoir about ice skating with a queer narrative. When […]



  • Book Review: “The Pearl Thief”

    I’ve been meaning to make a recommendation post for Elizabeth Wein’s Code Name Verity, a gripping tale of a young British spy who is captured during World War II and her friendship with a pilot, but I obviously never got around to it. Nevertheless, even though The Pearl Thief is a prequel, it fully stands on its […]


  • Yuri On Ice Art Book Means I Need A Coffee Table

    I don’t have a coffee table, but it looks like I’d better buy one soon, just so I have a place to keep the new Yuri On Ice art book that’s set to be released July 31 in Japan. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are […]


  • The Handmaid’s Tale 1×01 Review: “Offred”

    When I first read The Handmaid’s Tale, I marveled at the mental acrobatics of the ruling class that allowed them to treat Offred and the other Handmaidens as they did. Now, watching Margaret Atwood’s novel come to life on Hulu, it feels ominously possible. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole […]


  • “Rise of the Chosen” Turns the Zombie Trope Inside Out

      Rise of the Chosen is that very rare and beautiful thing: a Young Adult novel that doesn’t assume young adults only want to read about tormented romance. It’s a compelling story and a promising start to Anna Kopp’s Lifeblood series. Still, I have a fear about the adorable queer romance we’re given as Sam […]