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Just Some Good LGBTQ+ Recs

As we all know, I love an LGBTQ+ book. For some, that could mean many different things. What constitutes as an LGBTQ+ books? What factors do we have to consider? For me, and LGBTQ+ book focuses on LGBTQ+ characters. It doesn’t have to be about their sexuality, it doesn’t have to be a coming out story, but the community themselves have to take centre stage. For example, there are books with LGBTQ+ characters (And I Darken, A Darker Shade of magic, Daisy Jones, etc), and then  ...

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A Review of Black Mirror Season 5

Black Mirror is, without a doubt, one of the best series that’s on TV at the moment. It does exactly what it says on the tin; it’s a reflection of our society told through our technology. It can be brilliant and right on the point, but sometimes, like many stories, it can miss the  ...

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We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal

I have been waiting for this book since it was announced. As you may know, my favourite kind of fantasies are ones that inspired by real life locations and cultures. It’s why I love Venetian-inspired Nevernight and Egyptian-inspired City of Brass. Middle-Eastern inspired fantasies written  ...

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Viper by Bex Hogan

What a quiet little loud book. Don’t know what I mean by that? Well, to me, Viper is one of those books that seems to have passed under the radar of a lot of fantasy lovers. Why? UKYA doesn’t have a big market for fantasy, and it blows my mind. This book had great publicity, a  ...

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