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 rather than an engaging (or even remotely believable) plot. And as much as I enjoy fun/funny … 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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