Articles Posted in the " book recommendation " Category



  • LGBTQ+ Book Recommendations

    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.


  • You Should Read the Starbound Trilogy, Because I Said So

    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 […]


  • Truth: “Lies We Tell Ourselves” Is a Must-Read

    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. […]


  • Live for More… And Read the Red Rising Trilogy

    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 […]


  • Rivers of London: Urban Fantasy at its Wittiest

    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 […]