February 15th, 2020

Kuroko no Basuke - Kagami and Kuroko

His Dark Materials + Seraphina by Rachel Hartman

The first season of His Dark Materials was excellent. I read the trilogy during my Erasmus exchange year in Manchester, so that was a long time ago. lol I've seen the movie too, but they only adapted the first book. Hopefully, the TV series will adapt everything.

I enjoyed watching all the daemons. Pan is so cute! <3 If you like stories with soul animals, I also recommend the stand-alone Steel Crow Saga by Paul Krueger. It has major f/f and minor m/m.

I liked that Will was introduced in S1. If I remember correctly, he first appears in Book 2.

[Spoilers for Books 2 and 3]I'm excited for Balthamos/Baruch. ♥ At the time, I wasn't buying books on Amazon yet, so they were one of my first literary m/m couples. Unfortunately, it ended up in a double Bury Your Gays. D:


The Seraphina duology by Rachel Hartman was great. Dragons can take human form. Seraphina is Assistant Music Mistress at the palace.

These novels have a great plot. There's telepathy, especially in the second book. Dragons and telepathy, what's not to love?

There is canon f/f/m, as well as a trans female minor character.

I know Tess of the Road takes place in the same universe, but I'm going to wait until the sequel(s) are out. The author seems to release a book every three years and that's a long time to remember plot details.