Spellcaster: Düstere Träume
Format: Kindle Edition
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
When I was young, in grade school, I read the first Rocket mini-series, so the reast of you are late to the bloody party. This adventure was quite fun and entertaining. With quite a few twists.
My spate of comic reading is in part because I joined Comixology (or got an account there) because of free comics offered when I got Wonder Woman tickets. It is awesome that I can read many of my kindle comics there, so I have being reading, largely, freebies. This was one. Well, that and I went...
The ruler of Riseholme, happier than he of Russia, had no need to fear the finger of Bolshevism writing on the wall, for there was not in the whole of that vat which seethed so pleasantly with culture, one bubble of revolutionary ferment. Here there was neither poverty nor discontent nor muttered me...
I enjoyed this retelling so much, and the book cover is stunning! Not the temporary cover pictured in this post, but the actual finished cover. Yeva comes from a wealthy family. She lives with her widowed father and two sisters. Her relationship with her family is beautiful. They care very much for ...
This was pretty fucked up. I liked it, not as well as The 9th Girl, but it held my interest. I liked most of the characters: Tony, Vince, Anne. I was super disturbed, too. I mean all murder mysteries are gross, but this one, was...yeah, it was nasty. I liked that I couldn't immediately figure it all...
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