Tag Archives: Edelweiss

Review: The Secret Garden: A Graphic Novel

I’ll cover the basics real quick for those who don’t know much about The Secret Garden. Mariah Marsden wrote the Secret Garden, and it follows ten-year-old Mary Lennox. She was orphaned at a young age and sent to live with a distant relative – the only relative she has left. Continue reading

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Review: My Hero Academia: Team-Up Missions Vol. 1

My Hero Academia: Team-Up Missions Vol. 1 is exactly what it promises to be: an entertaining series of team-ups following our favorite heroes in training. Shorts like these help to flesh out the series just a little bit more, providing more insight into their experience and training. Continue reading

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Review: The Nation of Plants by Stefano Mancuso and Gregory Conti

The Nation of Plants was written by plant neurobiologist Stefano Mancuso and was a surprisingly playful and enjoyable read. Granted, I went into this book expecting a lot of fun, especially as a plant and garden lover. Continue reading

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Review: The Library of the Unwritten by A.J. Hackwith

A.J. Hackwith’s novel, The Library of the Unwritten, is the first in a new series called Hell’s Library. I immediately knew that this was a novel I had to read – as it revolves around well, unwritten books! Continue reading

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Review: Manga Classics: Othello

Yes! It’s time for another Manga Classic! I have officially hit a point where I actively look forward to these releases. It’s so much fun to see the classics rendered through different media. Continue reading

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Review: Villainous

Villainous is the start of an all-new and utterly quirky series, one that promises to have heroes, villains, and anti-heroes galore. How could I possibly resist picking it up and giving it a go? Continue reading

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Review: A Woman’s Garden by Tanya Anderson

I’ve been following Lovely Greens on Facebook for a few years now…so you can imagine how thrilled I was to see that Tanya Anderson had written a book! A Woman’s Garden: Grow Beautiful Plants and Make Useful Things is everything that it promises – and more. Continue reading

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Review: Living With Mochi by Gemma Gene

Living With Mochi is the latest adorable addition to Gemma Gene’s publications. If you love animals, especially quirky little pugs like Mochi, then this is the graphic novel for you. Continue reading

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Review: Pain and Prejudice by Gabrielle Jackson

As you might guess from the title, Pain and Prejudice: How the Medical System Ignores Women – And What We Can Do About It revolves around pain, the medical world, and women. Written by Gabrielle Jackson, this novel is a must-read for any woman who experiences chronic pain. Or for anybody who has a family or friend going through that. Really, it’s a vital read for many (if not all) people.n Continue reading

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Review: Manga Classics: Frankenstein

Yes! It’s another manga adaptation of a classic, and this time around, it’s Frankenstein! I couldn’t be happier about the news, or about the entire experience. Manga Classics: Frankenstein was created by M. Chandler and Linus Liu, not to mention the original author, Mary Shelly. Continue reading

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