Monthly Archives: January 2013

Vessel, Book #7

Vessel by Sarah Beth Durst.  Liyana is a sixteen-year-old girl and she knows the exact hour she is going to die.  She and her clan, the Goat Clan, live a harsh existence in the desert.  Every hundred years, the gods … Continue reading

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The Death of Superman, Book #6

The Death of Superman by Dan Jurgens, Jerry Ordway, Louise Simonson, Roger Stern, Jon Bogdanove, Tom Grummett, Jackson Guice, Brett Breeding, Rick Burchett, Doug Hazelwood, Dennis Janke, and Denis Rodier. Kind of stupid to give away the ending with the … Continue reading

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Identiy Crisis, Book #5

Identity Crisis by Brad Meltzer, Rags Morales, and Michael Bair.  I don’t think I’m very good at talking about or reviewing graphic novels/comic books yet.  I mean, I’ve been reading books for 22+ years but I only really started reading … Continue reading

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The Beginning Place, Book# 4

The Beginning Place by Ursula K. Le Guin.  The Beginning Place is about finding home and the people who make it.  It’s about leaving behind the things that don’t work.  It’s about growing up.  The Beginning Place is about confusing … Continue reading

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Such Wicked Intent, Book# 3

Young Victor Frankenstein is devastated by the loss of his twin brother Konrad.  Especially since Victor isn’t certain he didn’t help speed Konrad along to the grave.  So when Victor finds a spirit board, he’s eager to contact his brother’s … Continue reading

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This Dark Endeavor, Book #2

This Dark Endeavor: The Apprenticeship of Victor Frankenstein by Kenneth Oppel.  A YA, slightly steampunk retelling of Frankenstein.  By all accounts, 16-year-old Victor Frankenstein is handsome, clever, and athletic.  But not as clever and athletic (and kind) as his twin … Continue reading

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Batman: Year One, Book #1

The first book I read in 2013 was Batman: Year One by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli.  The story was decent and the art was good but I don’t have too much to say about it because I’m still so … Continue reading

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I need to wash my face.

So, this is my new book blog, I guess?  Because the world needs another book blog from a slightly apathetic twenty-something?  Whatevs, I’m giving it a go. I mostly read sci-fi and fantasy with a heavy slant towards YA (though … Continue reading

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