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text 2018-05-30 19:34
Reread
Transformers: Dark Cybertron Volume 1 - Atilio Rojo,Livio Ramondelli,Andrew Griffith,Brendan Cahill,James Raiz,James Roberts,John Barber,Phil Jimenez

Down to eleven volumes to go before the stuff on Comixology that I can read at the wedding on my iPad. 

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text 2018-05-29 22:29
Reread this once again
Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Volume 5 - James Roberts

I just never get tired of these.   Have to check, but I think it's on to Dark Cybertron now...

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text 2018-05-29 00:10
Not really a review
Transformers: Robots In Disguise Volume 5 - John Barber,Livio Ramondelli,Atilio Rojo,Dheeraj Verma,Andrew Griffith

But, yeah, I reread this.   I'm loving it more this time around.   

 

Like how Ravage saves Soundwave, and Soundwave's dedication to his Decepticon brothers?   It's just touching me far more during this reread.  

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review 2018-01-07 22:26
Sea of Wind finished! First book of 2018
The Twelve Kingdoms: Sea of Wind - Fuyumi Ono,小野 不由美,Akihiro Yamada,山田 章博,Elye J. Alexander,Alexander O. Smith

I'm not going to write a full review for this, since I've already done that a couple times and don't have much new to say. Instead, here's this quick thing:

 

Just finished my most recent reread of this book. It's both one of my top favorite books in this series and one of my favorite books period. I consider it a comfort read, even though the "comfort" is a little muffled by the knowledge that the book's happy ending turns sour really quickly in the series' timeline. During this reread, I realized that I really connect with Taiki's feelings of self-doubt. I also found myself more angry at Gyoso than I was during past readings of this book.

Not long after admitting to the oracles that he was worried about Taiki's future since Taiki was so riddled with self-doubt and couldn't consciously access his tremendous power, he decided he'd give up his sagehood, leave Tai, and become a mercenary. He was too ashamed of the fact that he hadn't been declared the new king to stick around, even though he'd have been a great help to Taiki and his future king.

(spoiler show)

  Taiki had some serious weaknesses, but I'd argue that Gyoso did too, even though they weren't as obvious.

 

What my reading dates look like for this book so far:

 

 

Lol. I haven't checked, but I suspect that 2015 might have been the year I reread my hardcover copy rather than this one, my paperback copy, so it's pretty much been a reread a year for a while. (As usual with these Tokyopop editions, I highly recommend reading the paperback versions if you can, because there are fewer errors. If I remember right, this is the book where they accidentally used the wrong pronouns for one of the kirin.)

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review 2018-01-07 17:02
Review: "Zero at the Bone" by Jane Seville
Zero at the Bone - Jane Seville

 

~ 5 STARS ~

 

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