Tag: lgbt

The Identity Thief by Alex Bryant (Book Review #711)

The identity thief is a young adult contemporary fantasy that is set in London. A shapeshifting sorcerer called Cuttlefish unleashes a terrifying magical carnage in London, causing chaos. Homes are attacked, and people are found unconscious, but nothing is stolen. As magical crime increases,… Continue Reading “The Identity Thief by Alex Bryant (Book Review #711)”

Bring on the Action Gays! by Melanie Schoen

I’m a queer woman, though it took me a long time to figure that out–just about thirty-five years, actually. Mine isn’t one of those stories of knowing from a young age, or living in the closet, or parental disapproval keeping me in denial. I… Continue Reading “Bring on the Action Gays! by Melanie Schoen”

Anne by Zarina Macha (Book Review #608)

Anne is a young adult novel written about a girl who has lived in abused family life. Her parents do not get along, and after witnessing several sessions of ill-treatment from her father, she is severely affected by the whole ordeal. Her mother does… Continue Reading “Anne by Zarina Macha (Book Review #608)”