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Luli and the Language of Tea – SKAVANSIEUR

May marks Asian Pacific month, which is why I'll thrilled to share this book with you today! Growing up, I've been surrounded by...

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Kisses for Jet by Joris Bas Backer is a trans coming of...

REVIEW: The History of the World in Comics

This is not the first book I've DNF-ed this year, but it's definitely the first one from my DNF list to make it on...

Squire by Sara Alfageeh and Nadia Shammas – A Brilliant Interrogation of Heroism, Imperialism and Power, Set in an Alternate History Middle-East – The...

Blurb: Aiza has always dreamed of becoming a Knight. It's the highest military honor in the once-great Bayt-Sajji Empire, and as a member of...

REVIEW: 1984 (The Graphic Novel)

Earlier in May, I caught Bug Orwell and read The Animal Farm within three days. It was fun, but also confusing because I...

REVIEW: Awesome Achievers in Technology

I like to know things. To me, there is an appeal to knowledge, information, facts but obtaining such knowledge is a different story....

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Reviewed by Manik Chaturmutha A thrilling heist set in medieval England that captivates As Thick As Thieves has it all...

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