Category Archives: Book Reviews

The Promised Neverland Vol 12 by Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu

There is some really good storytelling here; this series could have unraveled so easily after each of the previous arcs. As we start on the newest one in this volume 12, new secrets come out, new enemies emerge, and the … Continue reading

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An Incurable Case of Love by Maki Enjoji

Enjoji fans will enjoy this new series, which has many similarities to the popular Happi Marriage?!. Quirky, kind of dumb, but energetic heroine paired with an alpha male obsessed with work. It’s hard to tell from this first volume how … Continue reading

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Read This If You Want To Take Great Photographs by Henry Carroll

I can see why this has divisive reviews: it really is a very condensed, easy-to-follow, quick read meant to get someone immediately enabled into taking better photographs. The concepts are cleanly laid out, with large print, and easy to follow, … Continue reading

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Fledgling by Molly Harper

Fledgling is a fun little read, never taking itself too seriously while giving a good adventure tale. In this second volume, our little changeling Sarah has established herself in society and made good friends at her school. Now that vacation … Continue reading

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The Resurrectionist of Caligo by Wendy Trimboli and Alicia Zaloga

I greatly enjoyed this book – another wonderful read full of pathos and humor that publisher Angry Robot always delivers. Set in a less grim Dickensian London full of magical realism, the author successfully treads the line between unremitting hopelessness … Continue reading

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Boundless by R.A. Salvatore

The second book in the latest trilogy, and I believe the 32nd overall in the overall Drizzt saga, continues where the previous book left off with Drizzt’s father Zaknafein back from the dead. I guess this should have been expected … Continue reading

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World Trigger 19 by Daisuke Ashihara

World Trigger 19 is a welcome return of the series. Author/illustrator Daisuke Ashihara took a medical leave for 1-1/2 years (volume 18 was released 1/18) and details that journey in an aside in this volume. The series moved from being … Continue reading

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