Book Review: All the Crooked Saints

All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater. Warnings: This book is gonna dig down into your soul, and does explore some heavy themes like giving up your own self for your family, but always with a hopeful tone and a tone of recovery. Positive Representation: Colorado's Mexican Immigrant Population (decedents of them), casual background wlw representation. Rating: 6/5 …

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Book Review: When

When by Victoria Laurie Rating: 2.5/5 stars This was one I was pretty excited about, because I remember reading the first chapter before. (Maybe as a short story on tumblr? Maybe a free preview of the book? I can't quite recall, but I know I did read it somewhere.) So when I spyed it in the …

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Book Review: Bleeding Earth

Bleeding Earth by Kaitlin Ward Warnings: Mentions of suicide, attempted murder-suicide, gore Positive Representation: Incredibly positive lesbian representation. Rating: 6/5 stars I cannot put into words how much I loved this book, but I am damn well going to try. Bleeding Earth begins with Lea and her best friend Hillary visiting the local cemetery as part of a …

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