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ARC Review: A Bunch of Jews (and other stuff) – Max B. Perlson & Trina Robbins

A Bunch of Jews (A Minyen Yidn) is a collection of stories written in Yiddish in the 1930s adapted to an English graphic novel by Trina Robbins and a collection of artists including Willy Mendes, Steve Leialoha, Shary Flenniken, Eve Furchgott, Miriam Katin, Miriam Libicki, Sarah Glidden, Anne Timmons, Robert Triptow, Jen Vaughn, Elizabeth Watasin,…… Continue reading ARC Review: A Bunch of Jews (and other stuff) – Max B. Perlson & Trina Robbins

German Diverse Books · Reviews

Review: Inter*Trans*Express* – Ika Elvau

I had read Inter*Trans*Express* a few months ago and really enjoyed the writing style. It’s a collection of poetry, short drama pieces and short stories that illustrate the experiences of an intersex person. I decided to read it again for thıs blog. It’s #ownvoices for intersex representation. As I mentioned above, I very much enjoyed the…… Continue reading Review: Inter*Trans*Express* – Ika Elvau

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Review: The Traitor’s Tunnel – C. M. Spivey

Witch-blooded robber Bridget has made a reputation for herself in the capital city, but she’s not interested in the attention of the Thieves’ Guild–and she’s not bothered by the rumors of urchin kidnappings, either. With winter coming, she’s looking out for herself and no one else. Until she picks the wrong pocket, and recognizes her…… Continue reading Review: The Traitor’s Tunnel – C. M. Spivey

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ARC Review: Water in May – Ismée Williams

Fifteen-year-old Mari Pujols believes that the baby she’s carrying will finally mean she’ll have a family member who will love her deeply and won’t ever leave her—not like her mama, who took off when she was eight; or her papi, who’s in jail; or her abuela, who wants as little to do with her as…… Continue reading ARC Review: Water in May – Ismée Williams

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Review: Six of Crows Duology – Leigh Bardugo

Hello everyone! Today, I’ll be reviewing another duology namely the Six of Crows duology! I’ll be giving separate ratings and writing separate reviews, but will also write how I felt about the series on the whole. Thus, if you want to, you can just read the first review of the first book, if you don’t…… Continue reading Review: Six of Crows Duology – Leigh Bardugo

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ARC Review: A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars – Yaba Badoe

Fourteen-year-old Sante isn’t sure where she comes from, but she has a recurring dream of escaping a shipwreck in a sea chest as a baby with her lifelong companion, golden eagle Priss. In the chest was an African bamboo flute, a drum and a dagger inlaid with diamonds. Sante was found and raised by Mama…… Continue reading ARC Review: A Jigsaw of Fire and Stars – Yaba Badoe

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ARC Review: The Tiger’s Watch – Julia Ember

Sixteen-year-old Tashi has spent their life training as a inhabitor, a soldier who spies and kills using a bonded animal. When the capital falls after a brutal siege, Tashi flees to a remote monastery to hide. But the invading army turns the monastery into a hospital, and Tashi catches the eye of Xian, the regiment’s…… Continue reading ARC Review: The Tiger’s Watch – Julia Ember

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ARC Review: Moribund – Genevieve Iseult Eldredge

High school sophomore Syl Skye is an ordinary girl. At least, she’s trying to be. School photographer and all-around geek, she introverts hard and keeps her crush on sexy-hot glam-Goth star Euphoria on the down-low. But when a freak accident Awakens her slumbering power, Syl is forced to accept a destiny she never wanted—as the…… Continue reading ARC Review: Moribund – Genevieve Iseult Eldredge

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ARC Review: Auma’s Long Run – Eucabeth Odhiambo

In 1980s Kenya, 13-year-old Auma must decide whether to pursue a track scholarship that will let her attend high school or stay home to help her struggling family as AIDS ravages her village. I received an ARC of Auma’s Long Run through NetGalley. I chose to request this book because I was looking for some…… Continue reading ARC Review: Auma’s Long Run – Eucabeth Odhiambo

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ARC Review: Starswept – Mary Fan

Some melodies reach across the stars. In 2157, the Adryil—an advanced race of telepathic humanoids—contacted Earth. A century later, 15-year-old violist Iris Lei considers herself lucky to attend Papilio, a prestigious performing arts school powered by their technology. Born penniless, Iris’s one shot at a better life is to attract an Adryil patron. But only…… Continue reading ARC Review: Starswept – Mary Fan