If My moon Was Your Sun is a story filled with nostalgia and great love. It’s filled with humor and adult-like scenarios that makes this book befitting for parents to read to their children, especially if there is a loved one who has memory loss. Continue reading ‘If My Moon Was Your Sun’ By Andreas Steinhöfel, Illustrations By Nele Palmtag
The Girl Who Said Sorry by Hayoung Yim is a testament to the contradicting double standards that young girls and women face on a daily basis. As an amazing bonus, 50% proceeds from this book goes to serve Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation adolescent girl campaign. Continue reading ‘The Girl Who Said Sorry’ By Hayoung Yim, Illustrations By Marta M.
‘Deep State’ is definitely for those conspiracy theorists of you out there. Fans of X-Files might see similarities in the agents and even Doctor Who fans will be reminded of the Vashta Nerada. Its fast paced storyline flows like a sci-fi pilot episode, urging readers to tune in next week. Continue reading Comics || ‘Deep State’ #1 By Justin Jordan & Ariela Kristantina, Published By Boom! Studios » Rachel McGill
‘What Happened To Monday’ is a fierce story that explores humanity’s greatest fears while also providing a moral foundation on what matters: the right to live. Continue reading Film || ‘What Happened To Monday’ Is A Sci-Fi Take On Governmental Control Over Human Life, Starring ‘Prometheus’ Noomi Rapace
The whole atmosphere of the town is so perfectly rendered; everyone has secrets — even the young kids. The pacing of the gradual reveal of these secrets is masterful; Hawkins is a pro at building up just the right amount of suspense. Continue reading Review: Paula Hawkins’s ‘Into the Water’ — Author Of ‘The Girl On The Train’ // I’ve Read This
I highly recommend this collection for those who enjoy reading about female agency and sexual liberation as well as those who are interested in writing on these topics and would like to find a creative model to follow. Continue reading Angela Carter’s ‘The Bloody Chamber’ Is A Staple In English British Literature Courses (& A Pretty Awesome Book Of Short Stories Too)
Muted colors are splashed upon a loose sketch style as it begins with a cryptic message of family, hope, and reality. Continue reading Image Comics’s ‘Low’ By Greg Tocchini & Rick Remender Is A Surreal Future Masterpiece // Rachel McGill