Two years later, return to the world of The Remnant Chronicles with Dance of Thieves, the first in a new series by best-selling author Mary E. Pearson, and fall in love all over again. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
If you want to stoke the fires of revolution in your soul, you should read Tracy Banghart’s Grace and Fury, the story of two sisters who become determined to bring down an oppressive, misogynistic regime. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Return to Eden and our intrepid heroes from Genesis 11 and Genesis 12 in Scott Reintgen’s Nyxia Unleashed, the second installment in his Nyxia Triad series. Nyxia Unleashed delivers on a lot of what was promised in Nyxia – namely, ALIENS – but it also manages to fall short in a few ways. Read our before commenting. […]
While not on my list of galleys to grab at this year’s BookExpo, I was nonetheless intrigued by both the title and the cover of Rachel McMillan’s Murder at the Flamingo. I was excited to sink my teeth into this murder mystery set in Depression-era Boston. Sadly, I was disappointed. Read our before commenting. Please do […]
Adele Griffin’s Tell Me No Lies is an honest look at the lengths people will go to (especially in high school) to find a place where they feel like they belong. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
The summer before their freshman year of college, five friends journey from London on a ten-day cross-continent trip. In The Summer of Us, Europe is mostly a backdrop as these friends discover that growing up sometimes means growing apart. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
I’ll be honest, I don’t read many memoirs – they just aren’t my style – but when I heard about Ashley Eckstein’s new book, It’s Your Universe, I knew I had to have it. I was lucky enough to receive a review copy from the publisher, and while it wasn’t quite what I expected, I […]
I was really excited about Britta Lundin’s Ship It, a YA novel heavily focused on fandom and convention culture featuring an LGBTQ+ romance. Unfortunately, I was incredibly disappointed with the characters and the way fandom – particularly shippers – were presented. It is a good starting off point for a much-needed discussion about entitlement in fandom, […]
I’m not one of the usual book reviewers here at the Geekiary, but I couldn’t pass up A Day In The Life of Marlon Bundo. I’m a big fan of children’s books that promote diversity, and this one is donating their proceeds to The Trevor Project and AIDS United. It also has the added bonus […]
I read a lot of YA. I read a lot of fantasy. It has been a long time since something has captivated me as much as Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Blood and Bone. I had a lot of expectations going into this book, and usually that means I’m silently pleading to not be let down, but […]