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review 2017-04-30 14:26
Continues to be charming
Star-Lord (2016-) #3 - Chip Zdarsky,Kris Anka

There are issues at the bar, Peter still can't get a date with his ex, Kitty, and Daredevil is following Peter around.   What's a dude from Space to do?   

 

Show his abs, clearly.   Get his ass stared at, although he never seems to notice.   Babysit some old dude who doesn't really need it, but is warming up to him.   The same mix of dirty and innocent charm make me love this series like you wouldn't believe.   Sadly, there seems to be no series following this one, and I probably wouldn't read it if they didn't keep this team on the book anyway.  That's how much I love them.   I shall be catching up on Jughead, since it is, at least, by the same author.

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review 2017-04-24 12:34
Reads well but lacks depth
The Snow Owl - Jon Hartling,Heather Hartling

The Snow Owl is a fantasy/paranormal story that rambles and twists in its writing about a young family who experience a rather interesting event.

I wish there'd been more time to explore the events leading up to the climax, I feel there would have been a greater emotional attachment to the characters. As it stands, this reads well but lacks depth.

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review 2017-04-24 12:24
Blood, mud, cops and asthma puffers
Hole - Tony Talbot

This is a short mysterious tale of a man who joins us digging a hole in his backyard. The story takes us through the mystery of why he's digging it and where his wife and housekeeper are.

 

Blood, mud, cops and asthma puffers; this is not my favourite of Tony's but it's an enjoyable short story.

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review 2017-04-24 12:18
I wish it was longer...
What Dragons Prefer - Dayle A. Dermatis

A very short fantasy story about a dragon seeker who is asked to help out a town.

Not for the kiddies, this one includes some adult themes, sexual advances and such as well as innuendo.

I quite liked the ending, I wish it was longer so we could get to explore the world and characters more.

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review 2017-04-24 12:07
A good short story, not his best, not his worst.
The Chocolate Defence - Tony Talbot

If you're curious about Tony's writing and want to read a short story this one is a good one to try if the genre takes your fancy.

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