Two women vie for the favour of the powerful yet capricious Queen Anne
Wow there were so many good things to read and watch and play and listen to in 2018 - I've had to expand my lists from previous years! The thing I'm probably most happy about is the amazing number of books with LGBT characters in them. My top 10 books were definitely the hardest to …
Cassius "Cash" Green (Lakeith Stanfield) needs a job, and soon - his car is barely running and he's four months late on rent, the rent that keeps his uncle, Sergio (Terry Crews), with a roof over his family's head, so when he gets a job with telemarketing agency RegelView it seems like all his dreams have come true. Except they don't pay except on commission. When Cash is offered a promotion the day he and his friends organise a strike, he must work out just how far he will go, and just how much it can cost to keep above the breadline.
tw: abuse (for art), police brutality, slavery, heavy drug use, sex, human experimentation, racism
Sick of the vicious reign of the rich and popular "Heathers," Veronica teams up with new bad boy, JD, to blow up the school heirarchy.
tw: bullying, suicide, death, homophobia, mentions of eating disorders
The Avengers face their greatest threat yet in an event that will make or break the Marvel Universe.
After a man returns from what was assumed to be a suicide mission, a team of female scientists are sent into an Area known as The Shimmer to find out more about it.