Book Review: Firebreak by Nicole Kornher-Stace

Firebreak was truly incredible. It was everything I could have hoped for in a book. It was full of action but never missed a moment to make a statement on the important things. I’m truly impressed at what this book was able to accomplish without feeling weighed down at all. Absolutely wonderful!

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khōréō Magazine volume 1, issue 1

★★★★★
Everyone should check out khōréō. It was deeply personal to me, and I hope that it can be for others as well. If you are a member of any diaspora, this is for you. Your magazine. Read it, check it out, cry with me.

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Spark to Shadow by Atima Kim

★★★★★
This is a book that I wish I had as I was growing up, but I sure am glad it is a book that exists today that I can enjoy. It has all the fun that I need in a YA or New Adult book, and all the inclusivity and positivity that is often missing from far too many books. I absolutely cannot wait for the second book!!

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Legendborn by Tracy Deonn

★★★★★
Legendborn is incredible, and it is important. It is a story based on Arthurian Legend, with some major dark academia vibes thrown in that tackles so many important topics, but doesn’t forget to take you on an adventure that will make you laugh.

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How to Be Less Stupid About Race by Dr. Crystal Marie Fleming

★★★★★
This book is brilliant, concise, sharp, challenging, and compelling. This is the anti-racist book that everyone should read.

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Folklorn by Angela Mi Young Hur

★★★★★
Read this book. It is important. It is beautiful, and wonderful, and I absolutely applaud what Angela Mi Young Hur was able to accomplish here.

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The Seep by Chana Porter

★★★★
SFF/speculative fiction really shines when they are able to take a fantastical element (or a lot of them) and use it to really put a spotlight on humanity. The Seep does a fantastic job of that.

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