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Review: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

This book. THIS BOOK…

Made my heart so happy!

Prior to purchasing the audiobook version of ‘Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe’ by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, from audible, which is a decision I’ll get to in a minute, I saw this book everywhere. 2,945 more words


Queer Book Club: Not Otherwise Specified by Hannah Moskowitz

This is a YA contemporary novel. Etta doesn’t seem to fit anywhere—her bisexuality gets her into trouble with the “Disco Dykes” group at school, she’s not skinny or white enough for the ballet she loves, she’s not ill enough for people to take her eating disorder seriously, she’s not a good enough singer to go to theatre school. 302 more words

Queer Book Club: Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley

Lies We Tell Ourselves is a YA historical fiction novel set in 1959 Virginia. It follows the story of Sarah and Linda, both seniors, who are on opposing sides of the battle to desegregate the town’s high school. 485 more words

The Unnatural Philosophy of Kit March: Welcome

Tes Alden, collector of words, rescuer of books and counter of objects, knows ze isn’t like everyone else. This wouldn’t be such a problem if everybody else didn’t struggle with it. 8,113 more words


Queer Book Club: The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

A retelling of the love story of Achilles and Patroclus. The Song of Achilles follows the story from Patroclus’ point of view, from boyhood, charting his friendship and eventual relationship with Achilles, all the way until their tragic end in the Trojan War. 348 more words

[Book Review] Mad Lizard Mambo by Rhys Ford

: Mad Lizard Mambo
Author: Rhys Ford (Twitter)
Rating: Incredibly Enjoyable
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Dragons, Fae and Sidhe, Alternate Earths, Queer Fiction… 1,154 more words

Book Reviews

Queer Classics: Mr Norris Changes Trains by Christopher Isherwood

Continuing with my Isherwood burn, I read this and Goodbye to Berlin as part of a collection. This was my favourite of the two (though I might get around to reviewing the other one as well).   281 more words