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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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REVIEW: Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst

REVIEW: Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst

Princess Dennaleia of Havemont has always known three things: her marriage to the prince of Mynaria will bind their two kingdoms, she possesses the ability to manipulate fire, and this gift puts her in serious danger in her future home, [...]

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Book Club: OTHERBOUND by Corinne Duyvis

Book Club: OTHERBOUND by Corinne Duyvis

Start the new year with something a little different in Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis: Amara is never alone. Not when she's protecting the cursed princess she unwillingly serves. Not when they're fleeing across dunes and islands and seas to stay alive. Not [...]

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REVIEW: Iron Cast by Destiny Soria

REVIEW: Iron Cast by Destiny Soria

Usually it was the same old crowd – rich, bored regs who found hemopaths to be novelties or magicians or misunderstood souls, rather than diseased in the blood… didn’t believe in dreaming for the impossible, but the illusions and emotions [...]

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