… by InkBlottings
To put it simply; I don’t think I’m wrong in saying that this is a bold portrayal of an #ownvoices book. It’s not afraid to be political, blunt, and tell it like it is, but it also showcases the struggles that young people face. It’s very relatable in the sense that, in a world that currently is how it is, a lot of people are going to be angry and the emotions of the main character are completely understandable. Not only does the book make good use of representation, overcoming adversity, and the issues that people face when trying to come to terms with their own identity, but it also makes the audience stop and really think about the state of the planet. The author does a great job of writing in a way that generates a specific character tone and she knows how to use her talent to grab the attention of any type of reader.
See the full review: Reader Review: Queen Of Corona – Ro Esterhazy