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Esther S.

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One Last Stop (Paperback, 2021, St. Martin's Griffin) 5 stars

For cynical twenty-three-year-old August, moving to New York City is supposed to prove her right: …

Sapphic paranormal romance with some important messages

5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. It's a love story, but it's also a story about friendship, the LGBTQ+ rights movement, self-worth, breaking toxic patterns, and so on.

Every chapter is packed with information. There are lots of side plots along with the main one and there's no filler at all. This can be a little overwhelming since there are not many scenes to just breathe, so I'm glad that I took ten days to read this.

I recommend this book to anyone interested in LGBTQ fiction, you can tell there's a lot of heart in this, and it's hard because LGBTQ history is, but it's worth reading and it's necessary.

One Piece Vol. 22 (Paperback, 2009, Viz Media) 4 stars

When Crocodile's evildoing is exposed, the rebellion that will destroy Alabasta just might be averted...But …

Review of 'One Piece Vol. 22' on 'Goodreads'

4 stars

Empieza de forma un tanto confusa, con cosas salidas de la nada que no vienen a cuento, pero en cuanto aparece Luffy todo se vuelve a encauzar y ya entramos en la recta final de Arabasta, mezclando bien los momentos de humor con la tensión de la batalla final.

El recuerdo del mago (2015, Destino) 2 stars

Review of 'El recuerdo del mago' on 'Goodreads'

2 stars

Ha sido una continuación bastante decepcionante. La historia es larga y se hace tediosa, y está llena de tropos bastante meh. No ayuda que Lavelle, el único personaje femenino importante, no deje de ser tratada de menos por el resto de personajes, que las únicas conversaciones que tenga con otras mujeres sean o para tirarse de los pelos o para hablar de chicos, y que le hayan metido una subtrama hetera infumable. El plot twist del final ha estado bien, aunque todavía no sé si me compensa como para leer el tercero.