March Reading Plans: East Asia

Hi guys! I don’t generally do to be read lists on a monthly basis but I have wanted to focus my read the world project reading a little bit more so I’ve decided to see how picking a region to read from for the month will suit me. In March I’ll be focused on books…… Continue reading March Reading Plans: East Asia

Canada: Lightfinder by Aaron Paquette

Lightfinder is a book I polished off during diverseathon and one that I have been putting off reviewing because it was a book I wanted to love. It’s by a Métis author and follows a Cree main character, however, while there were some really positive aspects of this book namely the indigenous representation, overall I…… Continue reading Canada: Lightfinder by Aaron Paquette

Australia: Crossroads of Canopy by Thoraiya Dyer

Today I want to review a book that I still feel pretty torn about. Crossroads of Canopy is a debut fantasy novel by Australian author Thoraiya Dyer who identifies as a PoC and has received some buzz for her short stories. It was a book which I had on my list of most anticipated Science Fiction…… Continue reading Australia: Crossroads of Canopy by Thoraiya Dyer

The Philippines: Dwellers by Eliza Victoria

At just 124 pages, Dwellers by Eliza Victoria is really more of a novella than a novel. Set in the Philippines, particularly around Manila, this fantasy novella follows the story of two young men who have the ability to inhabit the bodies of others. This ability is a family secret which they cannot disclose to…… Continue reading The Philippines: Dwellers by Eliza Victoria