May 2020 | TBR

The Best World War I Books

A little over a century ago, the Great War broke out Sarajevo, when Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie were shot to death. From there, nations began declaring war and the struggle that ensued from 1914-1918 became one of the most horrific and widespread wars to date. It was the first conflict where modern technology such as airplanes and chemical weapons were used, redefining humanity’s concept of war. It’s impossible to understand such a monumental event with simply one book, so we’ve rounded up a list of the best World War I books, fiction and nonfiction, that you must read.Continue Reading

15 Cute LGBT Books to Lift Your Spirits

For so long, whenever books starring queer characters were published, they were often focused on queer suffering or complicated coming out narratives. Those stories are very important, but the emotional weight can take a toll, too. Luckily for us, there are so many cute LGBT books on  shelves now that readers have more options. LGBT YA books in particular have been delivering cute, heartwarming, and funny queer stories for a few years, and we’re happy to showcase a variety of recent and upcoming cute LGBT books that will make you happy!Continue Reading

The Best Funny Sci-fi Books

If you love your science fiction with a heaping side of humor, then you’ve come to the right place! Many people immediately think of Douglas Adams when they think of funny sci-fi books, but there are so many more light-hearted sci-fi books out there that deserve a wide audience, beyond The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy! We’ve rounded up fifteen of the best newer and upcoming funny sci-fi books that should be on your radar! Continue Reading