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Reckoners & Hellbeasts: A Guide

Reckoners & Hellbeasts: A Guide

The Edge of the Abyss is one of our most anticipated releases of 2017. (If you haven't checked out our review, you can read that now!) Between the action-packed storyline, the swoony romance, and the excellent worldbuilding, it's hard to [...]

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The Rise of LGBTQ+ YA Literature

The Rise of LGBTQ+ YA Literature

Up until the 1960s, YA fiction mainly consisted of idealized characters and happy endings. But as authors such as Ann Head and Paul Zindel debuted stories detailing realistic issues faced and colloquial language used by the teenagers at the time, [...]

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On Our List: August 2016

On Our List: August 2016

After buying it and letting it lay around my room for a couple weeks, I finally checked out Mamoru Hosoda's The Boy And The Beast.  The film tells the story of Ren, a young boy who had recently lost his [...]

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On Our List: April 2016

On Our List: April 2016

Since April 20 is the UN's Chinese Language Day, I decided to finally commit to reading the US release of Chinese science fiction superstar Cixin Liu's novel The Three-Body Problem. Following the story of Chinese scientists involved with a secret [...]

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On Our List: February 2016

On Our List: February 2016

With every passing day, my crush on Kate Leth just seems to grow. Her latest comic, Hellcat, is a delight and her fashion sense and style are always on point, but what I’m really getting into is her podcast, Less [...]

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On Our List: January 2016

On Our List: January 2016

Nonfiction is pretty far outside what I normally want to read, especially history and biography, but I've had Jung Chang's Empress Dowager Cixi: The Concubine Who Launched Modern China on my list since it first came out a little over [...]

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