I’ll Give You the Sun | Review

I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson 4.5 stars because of the insta-”split-aparts”-love and because it wrapped up just a little too nicely at the end. But I don't really care because I loved it. Twins Noah and Jude are sometimes more like NoahandJude - two halves of the same soul. But as they … Continue reading I’ll Give You the Sun | Review

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Homegoing | Review

Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi Homegoing is an absolutely beautiful debut novel about life, family, identity, and home. It follows the story of two branches of the same family in Ghana, from the beginning of the slave trade to present day. One branch stays in Ghana, the other is sold into slavery in America, and slowly … Continue reading Homegoing | Review

The Regional Office is Under Attack! | Review

The Regional Office is Under Attack! by Manuel Gonzales The premise of The Regional Office is Under Attack! is very exciting: a secret underground organization of badass warrior women who save the world, is under attack. It’s Die Hard with cyborgs and angsty teenager girls, with Oracles in turtle bathtubs and orange macbooks; what’s not … Continue reading The Regional Office is Under Attack! | Review