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Review: City of Strife – Claudie Arseneault

I was very unsure whether I would enjoy City of Strife or not, because it’s described as a political fantasy. Thus, I thought it would be a really boring and dry story. HOWEVER, it’s amazing. After reading this book, my first thought was: when does the sequel come out? I decided to read this book…… Continue reading Review: City of Strife – Claudie Arseneault

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Top 5 Wednesday – Favourite LGBTQIA+ reads

Top 5 Wednesday is hosted by Sam from ThoughtsonTomes. It’s a weekly meme. If you want to look for the past or future topics, you can visit the Goodreads group. This week’s topic is quite clear. I’ve been reading quite a few amazing books in the last months that have LGBTQIA+ characters. Be warned, there…… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday – Favourite LGBTQIA+ reads

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Review: Das Licht ist weder gerecht noch ungerecht – Jayrôme C. Robinet

In 2016, I went to a reading at the Leipzig Book Fair and heard Jayrôme C. Robinet for the first time – and it was awesome. (If you ever get the chance to hear him read, go for it!) I decided to get his book Das Licht ist weder gerecht noch ungerecht: a collection of writing in…… Continue reading Review: Das Licht ist weder gerecht noch ungerecht – Jayrôme C. Robinet

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Review: A Time To Dance – Padma Venkatraman

If you mention a book about dance, I’m sold. Seriously, I love stories about dancing. So, I knew I had to read A Time to Dance. Veda is a bharatanatyam dancer, who loses her leg in an accident. She has to learn how to dance again and by doing so, learns more about what dancing…… Continue reading Review: A Time To Dance – Padma Venkatraman

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Top 5 Wednesday – Books that would make good video games

Top 5 Wednesday is hosted by Sam from ThoughtsonTomes. It’s a weekly meme. If you want to look for the past or future topics, you can visit the Goodreads group. This week’s topic is a bit more difficult for me as I don’t play a lot of video games. The only video game that I…… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday – Books that would make good video games

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Review: How Hard Can Love Be? – Holly Bourne

I was so excited about How Hard Can Love Be? because the first book (Am I Normal Yet?) was amazing. It was such a beautiful story about growing up and trying to fit in. Click here for my review of Am I Normal Yet?. This book follows Amber, one of the minor characters of the…… Continue reading Review: How Hard Can Love Be? – Holly Bourne

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Review: Funny Boy – Shyam Selvadurai

I’ve been meaning to read Funny Boy for a long time: a coming-of-age story of a Tamil Sri Lankan boy. A story about a boy that comes to terms with homosexuality, while also becoming aware of racial tensions in his home country. I decided to read this book because I know very little about the…… Continue reading Review: Funny Boy – Shyam Selvadurai

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Top 5 Wednesday: Top SFF books on my TBR

Top 5 Wednesday is hosted by Sam from ThoughtsonTomes. It’s a weekly meme. If you want to look for the past or future topics, you can visit the Goodreads group. I’m very excited about this week’s topics because I love fantasy books. I’m always looking for new recommendations, so if you have any recs, please tell…… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: Top SFF books on my TBR

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Review: Chameleon Moon – RoAnna Sylver

The day I heard about the #AceBookClub (check out the hashtag on Twitter), they were reading Chameleon Moon. The idea of the book club is to read a book that has asexual representation and discuss it with others on Twitter. (Just so you know: You don’t have to be on the asexual spectrum to join.) Chameleon…… Continue reading Review: Chameleon Moon – RoAnna Sylver