Out There offers a breadth of representation and genres. But while some stories are definitely worth the read, others can be safely skipped.
A Rip Through Time by Kelley Armstrong features a fascinating premise, but the execution falls a little flat.
The Ghosts of Rose Hill is a moving tale about love & loss, grief & hope, that will stay with readers long after they turn the final page.
If a book is billed as spooky, suspenseful, and sapphic, I’m usually sold—and The Drowning Summer by Christine Lynn Herman largely lived up to my expectations.