Monthly Archives: April 2016

Tone Deaf by Olivia Rivers

Tone Deaf is a sweet, if undemanding, story of two ‘damaged’ individuals coming together. The story takes place over a short amount of time and mostly within the confines of a tour bus. This is a light and airy read, … Continue reading

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Phase Shift by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen

I’ve greatly enjoyed every book in the Chaos Station series so reading Phase Shift was bittersweet. It ends the series in a satisfying manner but of course I would have been happy to continue reading the story of Zander and … Continue reading

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Mastro (Homecoming 2) by R.A. Salvatore

This new installment in the seemingly endless series of Drizzt books continues from pretty much where we left off at the previous book Archmage. Following the theme Salvatore has done for a while, the story picks a few of the … Continue reading

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Attack on Titan No Regrets 1 by Hikari Suruga, Gun Snark, Hajime Suruga

Attack on Titan No Regrets is a short, two-part introductory story to Levi’s and Erwin’s pasts. Both have been fan favorites for since the series began and it was great to see their origin stories. The art is serviceable – … Continue reading

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Attack on Titan No Regrets 2 by Hikari Suruga, Gun Snark, Hajime Suruga

With this second and final volume, we bring the origin story of Levi and Erwin to a close. Fans of the series will spot regulars (like Hange, as quirky as ever) but the focus is definitely on Erwin and Levi … Continue reading

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The 13th Continuum by Jennifer Brody

The 13th Continuum starts out as a sci fi but rapidly turns into a dystopian as enclosed societies stagnate and begin to feed off themselves. We read through two different POVs – and each character is distinct, as is the … Continue reading

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B.S. Incorporated by Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss

From the blurb, I expected a crazy send up of the business world – more along the lines of The Office and Dilbert. But what we have here is a heart-felt story of a company manager and new hire who … Continue reading

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