I have to admit, Glitch Kingdom seems somewhat confusing. But the truth is that’s really part of why I decided to request it in the first place. I’m excited to see how it goes, really, and to have some of that confusion alleviated. I suppose, in the end, it really comes down to the fact that I wasn’t expecting the fantasy aspect of a video game and that threw me off. The other is a book about Roe vs. Wade, a topic I feel incredibly close to and will always support as being immeasurably important.

glitch kingdom
A sci-fi / fantasy mix with a video game and dethroning a queen.

A Roe vs. Wade discussion.

Do either of these NetGalley books tempt you to request? Let me know in the comments!

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