Manga/Graphic Novel/Comic

The Detection Club Part I + II | NetGalley Review | Booksmagick

What's it about? In 1930 a group of writers - amongst them Agatha Christie, Ronald Knox and G. K. Chesterton - gathered to found the Detection Club. The goal was to meet up, dine, toss ideas into the round and challenge one another. The Detection Club honours history up to a point but tells a… Continue reading The Detection Club Part I + II | NetGalley Review | Booksmagick

Manga/Graphic Novel/Comic

2 Comic Mini-Reviews | NetGalley ARCs | Booksmagick

In a moment of madness I went wild on NetGalley and decided to download 4 comics all at once. I'll be reviewing two of them here and make an extra post for the rest because they deserve an own post. Yep, that means I wasn't very convinced by these two. Roku by Cullen Bunn Roku… Continue reading 2 Comic Mini-Reviews | NetGalley ARCs | Booksmagick

Fantasy, LGBTQ+, Sci-Fi, Young Adult

Fragile Remedy by Maria Ingrande Mora | NetGalley Review | Booksmagick

Nate is a GEM - Genetically Engineered Medical Surrogate - made in the laboratories of Gathos City to battle lung rot. His mother managed to smuggle him into the Withers, a quarantined zone outside the city gates that is ruled by violence and drugs. Nate is nearly seventeen and his health deteriorates rapidly unless he takes Remedy, a medication monopolised by Gathos City.

Children's Books, LGBTQ+

Second Dad Summer by Benjamin Klas | NetGalley Review | Booksmagick

Jeremiah spends every summer with his dad Al but this time around there’s also Michael, Al’s new boyfriend. Jeremiah is sure that he doesn’t like him very much – he keeps nagging him and rides a bicycle decorated as a unicorn. But Jeremiah has the entire summer to make some new friends and enjoy time with his dad. Or maybe dads?