Gods of Jade and Shadow ~ Sylvia Moreno Garcia

Rating: 3/5 I found this book harder to concentrate on than Moreno-Garcia’s more recent novel, Mexican Gothic. This book was more about the journey, as Casiopea travels with Hun-Kame (the Mayan God of Death), than the outcome. We watch Casiopea discovering herself, her boundaries, interests, and ability to love herself alongside Hun-Kame discovering what it

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Broken Things: A Tale of Durstan by George Mann [Book Review]

This book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 01.12.20 / PS Publishing / Fantasy / Hardback / 116pp / 978-1786366948 About Broken Things: A Tale Of Durstan The goddess Amaranth, Queen of the Broken, has been reborn for the first time in generations and now resides once more……

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Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick ~ Zora Neale Hurston

Rating: 3/5 While I acknowledge this work as a literary masterpiece, a well-themed and put together collection of short stories, I struggled with the themes throughout the book. Set during the Harlem Renaissance, this collection centers around relationships between men and women, and all the subversive dynamics that go with relationships. There are a lot

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