Review: Girls of Fate and Fury by Natasha Ngan (Girls of Paper and Fire #3)

"Finish it. Those had been Zelle's last words to me. And though she was talking about the King, I know that in order to truly finish it, I can't stop at taking the King's life. I'm going to burn this whole godsdamned place to the ground." Goodreads Notice: This is the final book in the…

Review: Black Girl Unlimited by Echo Brown

"And nothing is more important than the ability to tell yourself a different story. A new story that goes against what the world has told you." Goodreads Echo Brown is a wizard from the East Side, where apartments are small and parents suffer addictions to the white rocks. Yet there is magic...everywhere. New portals begin…

Review: What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter

"That’s the problem with words. In my head, words are magic. My thoughts are eloquent and fierce. On the page, words are music. In the clicks of my keyboard, in the scratches of pencil meeting paper. In the beauty of the eraser, of the backspace key. On the page, the words in my head sing…

ARC Review: Sleeping Around by Morgan Vega

"Maybe people give second chances—third and fourth and fifth chances—more than foster care had me believe." || Goodreads || Foster care always promised her a bed. Now she doesn’t even have that. Coralee (Corey) Reed can’t wait to trade her current foster house for Harmony Hall, the dorm for music majors. Corey arrives at Borns…

Review: This is How We Fly by Anna Meriano

"It's amazing to see. It's amazing to recognize the rush of pride that I feel when I see it. That's my teammate, this is my team, and this is how we fly." || Goodreads || 17-year-old vegan feminist Ellen Lopez-Rourke has one muggy Houston summer left before college. She plans to spend every last moment…