Meg Reviews: An Unkindness of Ghosts by River Solomon

River Solomon’s An Unkindness of Ghosts is an imaginative, violent science fiction novel that explores the brutality of plantation slavery in a generation ship setting, which holds the descendents of those who fled a dying Earth hundreds of years ago. The world of Matilda (the spaceship) is very well built, exploring a very diverse population…

Meg Reviews: Meet Cute Diary by Emery Lee

Reviewing Emery Lee’s Meet Cute Diary is a challenge because it is the most overt celebration of trans joy, trans culture, and trans love that I have ever had the privilege of reading, which makes it so hard to think about with a critical eye. The young adult novel follows main character Noah, a transgender…

Meg Reviews: Heartstopper – Alice Oseman

Alice Oseman’s Heartstopper series is the most comforting read I’ve picked up in a while. The young adult graphic novel romance series currently has four volumes with a fifth on the way (although if you’re too impatient to wait for the fifth to be published, author Alice Oseman releases updates three times a month on…

Meg Reviews: Honey Girl – Morgan Rogers

A friend of mine recommended Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers to me after I ranted about a different romance novel I disliked, and it was the perfect palate cleanser! At its most basic core, this is a lesbian spin on the classic “waking up married to a stranger in Vegas” trope, but it is so…