A grimly whimsical and yet delightfully uplifting reinvention of the ideas that made Peter Pan and Neverland into legends – with a legendary new take on love, identity, and belonging with Peter as a transgender man who finds himself redefining his relationship to Captain James Hook.
Quick and sweet, with a real, refreshing look at the dynamics of love between two Black women from very different life circumstances – a story of love across the tracks in which they find their paths surprisingly parallel, and their attraction surprisingly deep.
Kicked to the curb after 15% for a lot of harmful, inaccurate Asian representation rife with stereotypes and poor research. Read on for a complete breakdown of the problems I ran into in the first fifth of the book alone.
I’ve been thinking about writing this for a while, but since it’s #BiVisibilityDay, I figured no better day to tackle…