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review 2018-11-14 03:21
All In
All In: A Sin City Collectors Novella - Amanda Carlson
Ginger and Lucas are tracking Ginger's brother Lucas. Ginger and Damien's father hated what he was (an incubus) and passed on that hatred to his children, or so Ginger thought. She didn't like what she was and by the end had accepted what she was. I liked that when Ginger was accused of something she didn't do, she told control of the situation and built up an organization specializing in information. I didn't like that she was willing (over and over) to give her brother the benefit of the doubt.
Damien's father was killed by an incubus. He hated all incubi/succubi. Imagine his surprise when he met Ginger! I thought they were a good fit. Well paced.
 
 

 

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text 2018-11-10 21:37
Reading progress update: I've read 51 out of 272 pages.
How to Leave: Quitting the City and Coping with a New Reality - Erin Clune
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review 2018-11-02 00:51
Dead Man's Hand
Dead Man's Hand: A Sin City Collectors Novella - Kristen Painter

Seraphina is a muse. Ares is a wraith (son of a vampire and reaper). Ares is a Collector. He reaps souls that need killing. I thought this was well paced and there was quite a lot going on!

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review 2018-10-31 15:20
Down-to-earth tale about an imaginary town – not particularly uplifting
Royal City, Vol. 1: Next of Kin - Jeff L... Royal City, Vol. 1: Next of Kin - Jeff Lemire

 

 

In this comic collection, we meet a family living in Royal City, a town centred around a failing manufacturing plant. The family are introduced to us, one by one, as they deal with grief over a dead relative and how this affects their everyday life. The plot is straightforward and the artwork consists of simple drawings which are reasonably clear. There is nothing particularly cheery about the story at this stage. The story will continue in further volumes and is worth a look.

 

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