Monthly Archives: May 2019

Starship Repo by Patrick S. Tomlinson

Starship Repo is a book of very dry and often amusing humor, never taking itself too seriously and clearly written around creating funny lines similar to a Douglas Adams book. At times, it did feel like the writer was trying … Continue reading

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Wild Country by Anne Bishop

I enjoyed Wild Country – even more so than several of the previous books. It felt like Bishop was taking a bit of a stretch here by making sure that the ending wasn’t as pat as in previous books. Yes, … Continue reading

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Meta: Tidebreaker by Danielle Paige

There is a really sad and mistaken belief in women’s fiction (especially YA) that in order for a woman to be taken seriously, she has to go out and do stupid things, pointless things, and then be taught a lesson … Continue reading

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Vampire Knight Memories 3 by Hino Matsuri

As with the previous volumes, this is a collection of stories, loosely interowoven, giving us vignettes of various characters from the original series and what they did while Kaname slept a thousand years in his block of ice. Each story … Continue reading

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Gangsta Cursed Volume 5 by Kohske and Syuhei Kamo

I don’t think I’ll ever be able to rate a Kohske book less than 5 star – the pathos contrasting with the violence, the good people fighting with all the bad, the peace with all the war. It’s such a … Continue reading

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Captain Ginger Volume 1 by Stuart Moore, June Brigman

I really wanted to like this – something different and perhaps fun and interesting. I had hoped for different stories: perhaps a space opera, a quirky and humorous play on the love of cats, or just a fun yarn. But … Continue reading

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Queen’s Quality 7 by Motomi Kyousuke

This is a series that has had several iterations, even getting a new title after the first two volumes (originally QQ Sweeper). I am not quite confident that Motomi fully has this series planned out – there are a lot … Continue reading

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