Want by Cindy Pon. I have to figure out how to review this one--it is so, so, so, SO GOOD! And look at that cover! A Taiwanese boy on the cover of a SFF YA novel! This is a tightly written thriller that everyone needs to read. I'm serious. Check back for a review (but not too soon--my backlog of stuff to write is ENORMOUS).
Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia. This is repping the neurodiverse front and it, too, is amazing. I seriously want to read it again. I even loved the I-have-a-secret-I-can't-tell-the-person-I-love romance--which I NEVER DO! Who am I??? Am I having an existential crisis?
Dreamland Burning by Jennifer Latham. Er, I didn't like this one at all. I thought it was really problematic and I'm working on a detailed review right now. Stay tuned.
The Inquisitor's Tale by Adam Gidwitz. Holy dogs! Mixed-race monks! A practicing Jewish character! This book has everything and I loved it unconditionally. And we have rep on the cover, which is aces.
And here's my updated #diversitybingo2017 sheet:
For more bloggers doing the Diverse Reading Challenge, check out Octavia, Angie, and Shelley's blog at Read.Sleep.Repeat!