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Kathryn Ormsbee’s Tash Hearts Tolstoy examines asexualism through adaptation.
Mindy McGinnis’s A Madness So Discreet is an intensely dark and unapologetically feminist take on the Sherlock and Watson trope.
Suzette returns to the life she left behind a year after her beloved brother was diagnosed with bipolar and she was sent away to boarding school.
Francesca Zappia’s Eliza and Her Monsters is an exploration of mental illness, creativity and love, wrapped in a fandom package.
Katie Kennedy’s What Goes Up starts out entertaining, but gets a little muddied in the second half.
Sarah Prager's new book offers a look at some of the many LGBTQ people who changed the world.
Ellie Marney’s Every series wraps up with the swoony and suspenseful Every Move.
Perfect Ten features a unicorn on the cover, and that’s where the book peaks.
Five teens unite to serve up vigilante acts of kindness in Carrie Firestone's engaging new novel, The Unlikelies.