Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: Alanna: the First Adventure by Tamora Pierce

As a mental break from everything, I reread The Song of the Lioness  quartet by Tamora Pierce, which starts with Alanna: The First Adventure (Young Adult 274 pages). “‘From now on I’m Alan of Trebond, the younger twin. I’ll be a knight.’ … Continue reading

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Book Review: Humans Wanted edited by Vivian Caethe

I’ve been really bad about reading books and watching movies lately and not posting reviews for either. I also ordered and purchased a lot of books recently so I’m hoping to start making a dent in the pile of books … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

Several months ago, I went and saw the movie Ready Player One and I enjoyed it a great deal. I wound up looking for books to read and decided to pick up the book Ready Player One (science fiction 372 … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Green Lantern: Kyle Rayner Volume 2

One of the big motivations for me reading Green Lantern: Kyle Rayner Volume 1 last weekend was because I found Green Lantern: Kyle Rayner Volume 2 at my local bookstore late last week and wanted to see how the story progressed. “Kyle … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Green Lantern: Kyle Rayner Volume 01

Several weeks ago while browsing one of my local bookstores, I came across Green Lantern: Kyle Rayner Volume 01 (graphic novel 343 pages). I’ve read several of the Kyle Rayner comic books before and was curious to read his story. “Hal … Continue reading

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Book Review: the Sheepfarmer’s Daughter by Elizabeth Moon

This month’s Asexual reading book from my 2018 Asexual Reading Goals was the Sheepfarmer’s Daughter (fantasy 314 pages) by Elizabeth Moon. “Paksenarrion – Paks for short – is somebody special. She knows it, even if nobody else does yet. No way … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: X-Men: the Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic Book 4

I finished reading of X-Men’s Age of Apocalypse saga with X-Men: the Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic Book 4 (Graphic Novel 352 pages) well over a week ago but my time slipped away from me and I am only just … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: X-Men: the Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic Book 3

I continued my reading of X-Men’s Age of Apocalypse saga with X-Men: the Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic Book 3 (Graphic Novel 340 pages). This is the official back of Book 3: “The mirror gets darker and the Amazing X-Men … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: X-Men: The Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic Book 2

I continued my reading of X-Men’s Age of Apocalypse saga with X-Men: the Complete Age of Apocalypse Epic Book 2 (Graphic Novel 340 pages). “Welcome to a world not our own, where a man named Charles Xavier never formed a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Island of Exiles by Erica Cameron

The second book for my 2018 Asexual Reading list was Island of Exiles (Young Adult 402 pages) by Erica Cameron. “In Khya’s world, every breath is a battle. On the isolated desert island of Shiara, dying young is inevitable. The clan … Continue reading

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