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review 2016-10-10 17:24
Harry Needs His Fairy Godmother
Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: Wild Card - Mark Powers,Jim Butcher

Harry finds himself and his friends in another jam.
The illustrations are very well done. Expressive and colorful, I enjoyed the art as much as the story.
The characters are all here. I loved the way the artist drew them.The bad guy reminds me of clockwork orange. Thomas, Murphy, Mollie, Godmother, Mouse are all here, drawn to fit their personality.
Puck is the very bad one and is good at it. He’s killing all over town and has everyone twisted into knots.
Dresden gets kicked, does some kicking and throw some magic around, it’s awesome. Harry just keeps getting better.
I loved it, it went along with the story beautifully. I have read the books through the last published one and enjoy seeing the story brought to life, and color.Yes, I am a Harry/Jim Butcher fan

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review 2016-10-02 00:00
Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: Wild Card
Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files: Wild Card - Jim Butcher,Mark Powers,Carlos Gómez
I haven't read the Dresden Files series, but I've been looking forward to it so I was eager to get into this graphic novel. I'm sure it's a more fulfilling storyline for those familiar with the characters and themes, but I didn't feel lost so I recommend it to anyone interested. The male characters are awesome and intriguing, and the female characters are just as cool and strong. Intelligence and power radiate from everyone. Wild Card did an excellent job of piquing my curiosity for more.

***Copy given in exchange for an honest review***

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review 2016-05-01 00:00
Wild Card
Wild Card - Lora Leigh Re-read
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review 2016-04-01 00:00
Wild Card
Wild Card - Aleah Barley Wild Card - Aleah Barley I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.
This is book three in the "Leaving Las Vegas" series by Aleah Barley.
This was a different kind of romance book for me I thought.
Gina Malloy was a showgirl/stripper type of heroine who just happens to witness a crime in action... not to mention that she ended up with the stolen loot.
Detective Gabriel Finn used to be a priest and now his a hard time, lonely detective. Gabriel is on the hunt for Gina and he also is trying to help protect her.
But there is a lot of attraction going on!
Really great read that hooks you in!


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text 2015-08-21 12:13
The Garden of Fantasy Flora: 80 Plants from Fiction

The Garden of Fantasy Flora: 80 Plants From Fiction - Avasflowers.net - Infographic

Welcome to the “Garden of Fantasy Flora” (by Ava's Flowers). Here, you'll witness a bewildering array of plant life from fiction sources both celebrated and obscure. Please heed this warning: there are several ferocious plants eager to take a bite out of you. Also be mindful of this cardinal rule: never judge a plant by its friendly smile! Now take a moment to savor the lush colors, inhale the (sometimes deadly) aromas, and truly enjoy the fruits of the human imagination.

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Source: www.avasflowers.net/infographic-garden-of-fantasy-flora
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