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Doom Patrol, Vol 1: Brick by Brick — Gerard Way

"You don't know what's going on inside of someone, really. There's a hidden universe in there... full of secret stars." In this issue of Doom Patrol, Gerard Way puts his own unique spin on a classic set of characters. While you may recognize the cast,…

June 6, 2017
Top 5 Wednesday

T5W 05.17.17: Summer Reads

This week's Top 5 Wednesday challenge is to narrow down your top 5 quintessential summer reads! These might be beachy reads, fluffy contemporaries, short stories, or just something that makes you think of green grass, sunny skies, and fun.…

May 17, 2017
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Fangirl — Rainbow Rowell

“How do you not like the Internet? That's like saying, 'I don't like things that are convenient. And easy. I don't like having access to all of mankind's recorded discoveries at my fingertips. I don't like light. And knowledge.'”…

May 15, 2017
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Internet Famous — Danika Stone

Offline, Madison Nakama’s life is difficult, at best. First, there’s the mother who randomly leaves to jet halfway across the world for new teaching jobs, leaving her family in shambles without remorse. Then, there’s her father, Charles: the famous writer, whose entire focus in…

May 8, 2017
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Gemina — Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman

“Patience and Silence had one beautiful daughter. And her name was Vengeance.” Kady and Ezra, now aboard the ship Hypatia, are fast on their way to Jump Station Heimdall. Their intentions are not only to inform the Jump Station crew of BeiTech's disastrous attacks, but…

May 3, 2017
Wrap Ups

April Wrap Up

I was really pleased with my month! I had a lot of 5-star reads, a few ARCs, and some great diverse reads.…

April 30, 2017
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Lumberjanes, Volume 3: A Terrible Plan — Noelle Stevenson

In volume 3 of Lumberjanes, we start off with the girls' attempts to earn their If You Got It, Haunt It badge, complete with the stereotypical circle-around-the-campfire-and-tell-ghost-stories plot, flashlights and all. After their night of terror, the Lumberjanes have a well-deserved day off; naturally,…

April 22, 2017
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Lumberjanes, Vol 1: Beware the Kitten Holy — Noelle Stevenson

Lumberjanes follows a group of five young girls through their misadventures in a Girl Scouts-esque camp setting, complete with magical twists such as three-eyed foxes, mythical critters galore, secret caves, and more. It's a story of clever wits, resourcefulness, adventure, and most importantly, friendship…

April 17, 2017