Fable Comics edited by Chris Duffy | Book Review

Why Did I Read Fable Comics? Fable Comics edited by Chris Duffy was another readathon pick. I got through it SO quickly. It’s basically a book that I picked out because it was short and I knew it would be a quick read that would keep me motivated as I participated in the readathon. Also, […]

Mike’s Place by Jack Baxter & Joshua Faudem | Book Review

Why Did I Read Mike’s Place? Mike’s Place: A True Story Of Love, Blues, And Terror In Tel Aviv by Jack Baxter and Joshua Faudem, illustrated by Koren Shadmi appealed to me based on several factors. Obviously, I love graphic novels and comics, so of course that was number one in appeal. Number two in […]

Friends Is Friends by Greg Cook | Graphic Novel Review

Why Did I Read Friends Is Friends by Greg Cook? I essentially wanted to read Friends Is Friends by Greg Cook based upon the book cover. I am nothing if not shallow. I loved the fine detail and texture of the elephant and his outfit on the cover. I think that the cover is very eye […]

Paper Girls vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan | Book Review

Why Did I Read Paper Girls vol. 1 by Brian K. Vaughan? Sometimes I see really great looking books – especially comic books – available on Netgalley and ratio be damned, I have to download them. I have literally zero resistance built up to graphic novels. I had seen Paper Girls buzzing around twitter and instagram, […]

Delilah Dirk and the King’s Shilling by Tony Cliff | Book Review

Why Did I Read Delilah Dirk and the King’s Shilling by Tony Cliff? I picked Delilah Dirk and the King’s Shilling by Tony Cliff, second in the Delilah Dirk series, to be my first Dewey Readathon book because I’ve been super excited to read it ALL month long and thought it would be an awesome book […]

The Nameless City by Faith Erin Hicks | Graphic Novel Review

Why Did I Read The Nameless City by Faith Erin Hicks? Faith Erin Hicks is an author and artist that I am pretty loyal to. I’ve read and reviewed both Friends With Boys and Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong and LOVED both. Thus, when I got the chance to read and review The Nameless City, I immediately jumped […]