No Longer Human

by Junji Ito (Adaptor), Osamu Dazai (Creator) My rating: 2 of 5 stars Reverie Books I Amazon I admit that I picked this one up entirely because of the name attached to it and had not even heard of it before seeing it on a book display. I sadly have to confess though that I... Continue Reading →

InSEXts Year One

by Marguerite Bennett (Writer) Ariela Kristantina (Illustrator) My rating: 4 of 5 stars Please note this comic is recommended to mature readers for violence/gore and sexual content. Reverie Books I Amazon This was an interesting comic series. I will completely admit to picking this up on a whim. The art drew me to it and... Continue Reading →

The Hollow Places

by T. Kingfisher My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book was bizarre and entertaining all at once. I loved the fact that I constantly felt uncomfortable even if nothing overly spooky happened. The atmosphere was unsettling both in this unknown dimension that was discovered and within the museum the book mostly takes place in.... Continue Reading →

Tryst Six Venom

by Penelope Douglas My rating: 5 of 5 stars This book is filled with so much teen angst, romance, kink, and ridiculousness, and I honestly loved it. I admit I've never really read a bully romance, but this was a perfect introduction. I loved the main characters and the secondary characters were all interesting and... Continue Reading →

This Used to Be Easier

by Katia Rose My rating: 3 of 5 stars Buy from: Amazon I was extremely torn about how I felt with this book. Basically, it was okay. I liked the overall plot, but it just felt a bit underdeveloped. I appreciated the struggles the characters went through, but I never really felt connected to them... Continue Reading →

The Space Between Worlds

by Micaiah Johnson My rating: 4 of 5 stars Buy From: Reverie Books I Amazon This book had a really interesting way of world-building that I enjoyed a great deal. You are dropped into the setting without really getting any explanation and you are never really handed it through the whole book either. It starts... Continue Reading →

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