A Cadet on Newporth Beach, near Falmouth with Another Boy in the Sea
Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)
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🌻 This is a QUEER blog created by a queer reader, focused on covering queerness in its every facet, across all media, but principally in books 🌻.
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Hei, I am Gabriele (He/They). I am an Italian islander who is rather ravenous about books and all other media featuring queerness. I am going to review and recommend books, TV series, movies, music, art to anyone who will be willing enough to read my blog. You will find reviews both in English and Italian, without a real schedule, because I am quite messy!
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DRC provided by Sourcebooks via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review. Representation: Black gay protagonist, gay deuteragonists, Japanese-American queer tritagonist. Content Warning: death, cancer, homophobia. Yesterday Is History is Kosoko Jackson’s compelling science-fiction-imbued contemporary debut. Andre Cobb is a smart, hard-working seventeen-year-old with a detailed plan for his future.Continue reading “Review: Yesterday Is History”
DRC provided by Little, Brown Book Group UK via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Representation: queer secondary and tertiary characters, tertiary characters with disabilities, tertiary characters of colour. Content Warnings: death, torture, classism, elitism, drug use. The Mask of Mirrors by M. A. Carrick, joint pen name ofContinue reading “Review: The Mask Of Mirrors”
DRC provided via Booksprout in exchange for an honest review. Representation: queer protagonist. Content Warnings: death, violence, child rape, queerphobia, dubious consent, suicide. The Bayou by Arden Powell is a horrifyingly captivating novella. Set in hot, humid Louisiana, The Bayou centres twenty-nine-year-old Eugene, an asthmatic small-town journalist prone to sickness.Continue reading “Review: The Bayou”
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The New Bracelet
Henryk Siemiradzki (1843-1902)