In a huge departure from the last book I read, another book to get you in the mood for Halloween is Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell and Faith Erin Hicks. Grab your pumpkin spice and caramel apples and hop in the hay wagon with me as we go on a journey of growing up and seizing the […]
I’d seen the posts on Tumblr and even reblogged a few of them, but I honestly never really thought much about it. Let me tell you, I wish that I would have picked up Rejected Princesses sooner. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
One of my favorite tropes in fanfic is the “famous AU” – when one of the characters is famous and the other one is not, and they meet through some bizarre coincidence. This is why I was so entertained by Geekerella, a modern-day Cinderella story with a geeky twist. Read our before commenting. Please do […]
Happy Pride! June is Pride Month, and so some of us here at The Geekiary have compiled a list of recommendations for books with LGBTQ+ main characters or storylines. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Starting with These Broken Stars, Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner created a fascinating “we are not alone” arc that spread over three connected, yet also self-contained novels. The questions introduced in These Broken Stars, the first installment in the trilogy, are slowly but surely answered throughout the rest of the series. This is a science fiction story […]
Lies We Tell Ourselves is a powerful novel that focuses on the evolving relationship between two teenage girls on opposite sides of the segregated south: Sarah, one of the first black students to attend the all-white school in her town, and Linda, the daughter of a highly respected segregation activist who works for the local newspaper. […]
Once upon a time I acquired an advance reading copy of a book called Red Rising by Pierce Brown. As is the case with most of the ARCs I get, I had no idea what the book was about. There is no summary on the back of the book. I get a lot of ARCs. I […]
I won’t lie, I picked up the first in the Rivers of London series because I thought the cover was pretty. Yes, I’m that reader, the shallow one that judges every book by its cover design. Why that isn’t actually such a bad thing is fodder for another article, but right now I’m thinking back […]