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Superman vs. the Doomsday Army by Laurie S Sutton

Superman vs. the Doomsday Army by Laurie S Sutton

There are some children’s books that are really fun to read, have a great plot and captivating writing that is still at the right level for the reader. Then there are some that are okay, where the plot is interesting and the writing has obviously been toned down for the… Read more »

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Vampirella Strikes by Thomas E Sniegoski

Vampirella Strikes by Thomas E Sniegoski

I’ve missed reviewing graphic novels, especially ones intended for adult readers as opposed to those meant for children. And Vampirella Strikes? It’s definitely one of the former! This one was a collection of #1-#6 in the series, meaning that you don’t have to wait between issues to find out what… Read more »

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Ward Against Darkness by Melanie Card

Ward Against Darkness by Melanie Card

Note to self: I really have to stop picking up books that are not the first in a series and trying to make sense of them. Luckily, most stories are built with the same basic elements, so it wasn’t too hard to catch up with this one! Ward de’Ath is… Read more »

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Good as Gone by Douglas Corleone

Good as Gone by Douglas Corleone

I got the chance┬áto read this new novel by Douglas Corleone and while it was outside of my usual genres I couldn’t pass up the chance to read what looked like an incredibly thrilling novel. Needless to say, I’m glad I didn’t! This was a tense and exciting book that… Read more »

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Death Note, Vol. 1: Boredom

Death Note, Vol. 1: Boredom

What would you do if you had the power to kill any human you wish? This is the main question asked in Death Note, where the main character has a notebook called the Death Note, which has the powers to kill anybody whose name is written in the notebook. Now,… Read more »

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