Episode 3 of our 6th season and last of our #ownvoices cycle is this strange coming of age lesbian novel with hardcore things to say about poverty and family as well. We did not expect the twists. It was good! We think…
I have never had so many issues with a book and yet been so emotionally invested. For fans of Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell, this one might be even better!
Wherein, we chat for half an hour about the wrap up of the own voices cycle in Bibliomancy and just general discussions going on in the publishing community about representation.
The Nowhere Girls is an incredible story of many voices fighting back against a covered up sexual assault. An essential read for the #metoo movement.
Interested in what I read for school last year? Here are all my physical books, and some mini reviews of the ones you might not know about!
I have no idea what happened when I uploaded this, but the off audio will stop around the 1 minute mark so hang in there!
I did it! I finally did it! Here’s my review of Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. I have a loooot of really strong feelings, though it is spoiler free so if you’ve read it and want to chat hit me up in the comments!
I didn’t fail! I also didn’t succeed but I didn’t fail! I actually read 4 books for booktubeathon, even if all of them weren’t spectacular. I also took some time to finish Name of the Wind, which may have been dumb.