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REVIEW: The Bloodprint

REVIEW: The Bloodprint

A superstitious and patriarchal group called the Talisman has been suppressing knowledge and subjugating women in Khorasan. Led by a man known as the One-Eyed Preacher, the cruel movement continues to grow, bent on world domination. Taking a stand against [...]

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Harassment on YouTube: The Algorithm for Success

Harassment on YouTube: The Algorithm for Success

Francina Simone says branding is everything when it comes to achieving YouTube success. Though BookTubers of color often face race-based harassment, Francina hasn’t experienced less success in BookTube compared to her White colleagues. She’s been making BookTube videos on her [...]

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Book Club: THE MERCILESS by Danielle Vega

Book Club: THE MERCILESS by Danielle Vega

Join us for our October book club discussion of THE MERCILESS by Danielle Vega. This is a young adult horror novel about girls completing an "exorcism." From the Publisher: Brooklyn Stevens sits in a pool of her own blood, tied up and [...]

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Girls in Capes Recommends: Fall 2017 Anime

Girls in Capes Recommends: Fall 2017 Anime

It's autumn again, and that means a new season of anime is here. Yay! 🎊 (I always feel like I should throw confetti around my office whenever I write new posts for this series.) When I first looked at the [...]

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REVIEW: Rebel Seoul

REVIEW: Rebel Seoul

Lee Jaewon managed to escape his delinquent past in Old Seoul, but not without some scars to take with him to Neo Seoul. As a talented pilot in the military academy with hopes of becoming a worthy soldier of the [...]

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REVIEW: Girls’ Last Tour, Vol. 2

REVIEW: Girls’ Last Tour, Vol. 2

After splitting ways with their friend in Volume 1, Chito and Yuuri continue to explore the ruins in search of food, supplies -- whatever they can find. And whether they're on the road or waiting out a sudden storm, their [...]

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REVIEW: Provenance by Ann Leckie

REVIEW: Provenance by Ann Leckie

In an attempt to impress her mother, Ingray Aughskold does something potentially very stupid: she pays to have a prisoner removed from the planet Compassionate Removal, where Hwae sends its criminals who are considered beyond reform. But removing the person [...]

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Throwback Review: Doctor Zhivago

Throwback Review: Doctor Zhivago

After watching Lawrence of Arabia for this column, I fell head over heels in love with it. I believe a large part of that was because of director Sir David Lean. He was such a major influence on the directors [...]

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