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The Boy From Mish Review: A queer Indigenous #LoveOzYa story

The Boy From Mish Review: A queer Indigenous #LoveOzYa story

As a queer Indigenous YA story, The Boy From Mish offers some much needed representation in the #LoveOzYA space. It is a sweet, heartfelt coming of age story about Jackson learning about his sexuality and his attraction to males, particularly his new roommate Tomas. I thought Jackson was a wonderful character, his thoughts and feelings were […]

July 29, 2021 | 0 Comments
Firekeeper’s Daughter Review: An Own Voices Native American Investigation

Firekeeper’s Daughter Review: An Own Voices Native American Investigation

With rave reviews everywhere, and even a Netflix option by Barack & Michelle Obama’s production company, there’s certainly a lot of hype attached to the Firekeeper’s Daughter. The main character Duanis, is a biracial 18 year old hockey player who gets caught up in an FBI investigation in her local Obijwe community. Perhaps I’m just used […]

July 8, 2021 | 1 Comment
Contemporary Reviews: Take Me Home Tonight & The Shape of Thunder

Contemporary Reviews: Take Me Home Tonight & The Shape of Thunder

I love Morgan Matson’s writing and storytelling so much and Take Me Home Tonight did not disappoint. It’s a fun story of unexpected situations, strange coincidences and lots and lots of excitement. Best of all, it’s a great coming-of-age story about all kinds of relationships and figuring out what matters the most to you. The novel follows […]

June 3, 2021 | 4 Comments
By Jenna
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