It’s been pointed out to me that I have great friends. This I know is true. I have friends that go back a long way. I have friends who are fairly recent. I have friends whom I don’t see much but we can always pick up where we left off. I have friends with shared interests or circumstances. I have friends with whom I feel a deep connection with. I
This reading copy was courtesy of NetGalley. Stars: 2/5 tl;dr: It’s fine if you’re in the Middle Grade (8-12) age range. Anyone better read will overthink it. I think the thing I’m most confused about is the target audience versus the actual protagonist age and theme in this book. Isn’t Middle Grade supposed to be the pre-teen era where pimples, cracking voices and training bras are suppose to be
This digital copy of I.D. by Emma Rios was courtesy of NetGalley. Stars: 3/5 tl:dr: Interesting concept but could have been better executed. The description of this graphic novel is interesting, particularly when gender dysphoria is gaining recognition, technology is close to perfecting full body transplants, and society is grappling with the ethics of it. Here’s the official blurb: A dystopian tale that analyzes the conflict between perception and identity
This digital copy of Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn was courtesy of NetGalley. Stars: 5/5 tl:dr: Adorable reporter cats! How could I have NOT heard of this webcomic before?? I don’t live with cats, but I’m somewhat familiar with them because I have many friends who are cat slaves, and I used to work at the local animal shelter. Georgia Dunn’s cast of three cats – Lupin, Puck and
I acquired this digital copy of Dirty Pretty Things by Michael Faudet via NetGalley. Stars: 2/5 tl;dr: Read this book if you “don’t like, don’t read” poetry. For some reason, I was disproportionately excited about finally getting a copy of Faudet’s poetry book. Perhaps it’s because I’ve read and liked Lang Leav’s Love & Misadventure, and because the nature of their relationship resulted in the expected cross-promotion on my newsfeed.