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Review: Bird Brain

Bird Brain is a charming collection of Chuck Mullin’s works. Her comics are deeply personal, as she documents her struggles with anxiety and depression. And hopefully writing these comics helped her own those a bit too, giving her a bit more control in her life. Continue reading

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Review: The Impossible Contract by K.A. Doore

The Impossible Contract is the second novel in K.A. Doore’s Chronicles of Ghadid series. And it is just as bright and brilliant as the first novel – if not more so. Set in a fantasy world full of assassins, lose spirits, and magic, this series is one to spark your imagination. Continue reading

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Review: Invocations

Invocations is a collection of short stories from the Warhammer universe. But there’s a slight twist. These are all specifically from the Horror side of the Warhammer world, and they all certainly fit the bill. Continue reading

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Review: Sorry I Barfed On Your Bed Again

Sorry I Barfed on Your Bed Again is a cute and hilarious compilation of cat photos and mock letters written by naughty (but endearing) cats and kittens. If you were a fan of Sorry I Pooped in Your Shoes, but were hoping for something a bit more cat-oriented, then this is the book for you. Continue reading

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Review: The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell

The Family Upstairs is the latest thriller novel by Lisa Jewell, which means it’s going to do an excellent job of creeping you out. This thriller will make you question the people you know, and think twice before trusting anybody too closely ever again. Continue reading

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Review: The Monstrous Citadel by Mirah Bolender

The Monstrous Citadel is the second novel in the Chronicles of Amicae series by Mirah Bolender. And I honestly can’t think of a series that has captivated me more through its fascinating world and set of characters. Continue reading

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Review: Fowl Language: Winging It

Fowl Language is a hilarious webcomic run by Brian Gordon – and this book celebrates some of the funniest moments in one nice compilation (one of several, actually). So if you’re a fan of the duck comics full of child-focused humor, then this book will be perfect for you. Continue reading

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Review: Sisters of Shadow and Light by Sara B. Larson

Sisters of Shadow and Light is the first novel in an all-new series by Sara B. Larson. It’s the tale of two sisters, and their very strange and unexpected lives. They’ve been abandoned, and worse, trapped within a citadel. That is, until everything takes a sudden change fifteen years in. Continue reading

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Review: A Thousand Fires by Shannon Price

A Thousand Fires is the debut novel of Shannon Price, and is a novel worth checking out. It’s a modern-day retelling of The Iliad, with a touch of The Outsiders thrown into the mix. Naturally, that has a lot of readers more than a little bit curious about this one. Continue reading

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Review: Moth & Whisper Vol. 1

Moth & Whisper is a new cyberpunk/thriller graphic novel, and one with a very appealing name at that. The series follows the child of two famous thieves, one known as Moth, and the other known as Whisper. But what does that make their child? Unfortunately, it seems like they’ll have to figure it out for themselves, because the parents have gone missing. Continue reading

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