Fantasy, Young Adult

Bentwhistle the Dragon – A Threat From the Past by Paul Cude | Review | Booksmagick

What's it about? Peter has everything he could wish for: a stable job, friends who support him no matter what and his favourite sport – hockey. Ever since he can remember dragons have been living amongst humanity in disguise and he is no different. But then an ancient evil threatens both the dragon and the… Continue reading Bentwhistle the Dragon – A Threat From the Past by Paul Cude | Review | Booksmagick

LGBTQIA+, Young Adult

Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins | Review | Booksmagick

After a heartbreak, Millie is ready for a new chapter in her life, far away in the Scottish Highlands. She wants to bury herself in school work and take in the beautiful scenerey and study some cool rocks. What she doesn't need is a prissy roommate who turns out to be the princess of Scotland. Or a crush on said princess.

LGBTQIA+, Young Adult

What If It’s Us by Silvera & Albertalli | Review | Booksmagick

Arthur is in New York for the summer, interning at his mother's law firm. The big city is an adventure for Arthur and he expects to be caught up in a Broadway musical any minute. When he meets Ben in a post office he can't stop thinking about him and does everything in his power to find him again. It's like his musical might happen after all.

LGBTQIA+, Young Adult

I Wish You All The Best by Mason Deaver | Review | Booksmagick

When Ben comes out to their parents as non-binary they throw them out of the house in the middle of the night. Ben moves on to live with their older sister, whom they haven't seen in almost a decade. Struggling with anxiety caused by their parents' betrayal and trying to fit in at a new school Ben does their best to navigate the last half of senior year. Not so easy when Nathan Allan - charming, warm and funny - doesn't give up on befriending them.

LGBTQIA+, Young Adult

Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston | Review | Booksmagick

What's it about? Alex Clairemont-Diaz, First Son of the US under its first female president, has always disliked Prince Henry across the pond and their rivalry has even made it into the papers. Both nations are quick to force the two to fake a friendship to remedy the tabloid disaster. Neither Alex nor Henry are… Continue reading Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston | Review | Booksmagick