Review: Queens Of Geek


Author: Jen Wilde
Genre: YA, Romance, LGBTQ.
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Blurb:

Charlie likes to stand out. She’s a vlogger and actress promoting her first movie at SupaCon, and this is her chance to show fans she’s over her public breakup with co-star Reese Ryan. When internet-famous cool-girl actress Alyssa Huntington arrives as a surprise guest, it seems Charlie’s long-time crush on her isn’t as one-sided as she thought.

Taylor likes to blend in. Her brain is wired differently, making her fear change. And there’s one thing in her life she knows will never change: her friendship with her best guy friend Jamie—no matter how much she may secretly want it to. But when she hears about a fan contest for her favorite fandom, she starts to rethink her rules on playing it safe.

Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde, chosen by readers like you for Macmillan's young adult imprint Swoon Reads, is an empowering novel for anyone who has ever felt that fandom is family.

Cover Review:

Pink hair. Do I need anything else?! I absolutely, most definitely love it. 

Book Review

Queens Of Geek was a beautiful, heart-touching story about us. 

Yes, you read that right. It was a story about us, the geeks, the bookworms, the fandom queens and kings. All of us. 

Queens Of Geek follows the three best friends, Taylor, Charlie and Jamie on their visit to the SupaCon. 

The story is not just another Young Adult book. It deals with topics ranging from bisexuality to social anxiety, standing up for yourself and for those you care about. 

Queens Of Geek was raw, beautiful and honest. 

My Chatter:
(A brand new section where I can finally fangirl, no professionalism included!)

Oh my God, you definitely need to read this book guys and girls! It's the most beautiful, real and heartwarming book I've read in a long time! 

The characters in this one run through crazy mazes, jump on trampolines that are disguised into bookish places, fawn over bookish goodies, cosplay and basically do everything we do or dream of doing one day. 

Taylor deals with social anxiety on a daily basis, and finds her solace in writing. She hates talking because her sentences and thoughts always get muddled up when she tries to talk, but she loves writing. Exactly. Like. Me. I could relate to her on every page. 

Charlie is bisexual. And open about it. But when a relationship with her co-star breaks her heart, she loses some of her confidence. And her caution, her pride, her need to be more than the hot star's girlfriend? It was all real. 

And Jamie. Jamie was the sweetest, perfect nerd. He was probably the most laid-back of the three. The calm, collected person. And yet he loses his cool to defend his friend when someone mocks Taylor.

A Fan Art I made inspired by this book!


All three of them, and all of the minor characters, they were all so real. And so many issues were brought into light by the author in such a sweet, simple read.

How people still mock people with social anxiety.
How some people still frown upon bisexuality.
How overcoming your fears isn't easy, but so worth it.
How the society's expectations sometimes turn you into a completely different person.

Queens Of Geek was beautiful.
It was real.

*Chatter hereby ends


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