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Korey B

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Hi. I’m Korey B.

Korey B is an avid reader and literary critic with a lifelong passion for the written word.

Whether for pleasure, to cope with stress, or simply to pass the time, Korey finds solace in the pages of a good book. Korey’s had the good fortune to encounter some genuinely exceptional stories and endeavors to share them with a broader audience. If you’re a reader who values inclusivity, diversity, and representation, particularly within the young adult, fantasy, sci-fi, and romance genres, you’ll find much to appreciate in Korey’s musings. Astute analysis and a discerning eye for quality storytelling make Korey a trusted voice in literature and a must-read for book lovers.

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Review: Misery Bay

Review: Misery Bay

Owen Lach’s Misery Bay soars with a potent blend of action, complex characters, and a universe begging to be explored.

Review: Canto Contigo

Review: Canto Contigo

Jonny Garza Villa’s Canto Contigo upends the traditional YA romance formula, blossoming into a vibrant exploration of identity, love, and cultural heritage.

Review: Samson & Domingo

Review: Samson & Domingo

Gume Laurel III’s Samson & Domingo is a queer Latine heart song that challenges norms, verse by verse.

Review: Idol Moves

Review: Idol Moves

KT Salvo’s Idol Moves is a dazzling sequel with darker twists and a deeper love.

Review: All These Sunken Souls

Review: All These Sunken Souls

All These Sunken Souls: A Black Horror Anthology promises a delightful dive into the eerie and spine-tingling realms of horror.

Review: Jack’s Ever After

Review: Jack’s Ever After

Owen Lach’s Jack’s Ever After: Another Modern Queer Fairy Tale shines with nuanced characters, poignant storytelling, and a heartfelt exploration of the challenges that threaten a happily ever after.

Review: Pageboy

Review: Pageboy

Elliot Page’s Pageboy is a courageous and illuminating memoir that shares Page’s personal story and contributes to the broader discourse on gender and identity.

Review: Deep as the Sky, Red as the Sea

Review: Deep as the Sky, Red as the Sea

Rita Chang-Eppig’s Deep as the Sky, Red as the Sea examines the intricate dynamics of gender roles and womanhood in the context of a historical Chinese pirate story.

Review: Small Joys

Review: Small Joys

Elvin James Mensah’s Small Joys is a poignant chronicle of friendship, mental illness, and the power of human connection.

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