Talk about rating two different types of stories on the opposite sides of the rating spectrum! I'm slowly catching up to my Patricia Briggs addiction, hence me jumping into book 3 of the Alpha and Omega series. I was quite taken by it, may I add. I also just finished the last set of manga I'd borrowed [...]
I'm slowly making my way through the manga I've borrowed from the library, so here's another one added in! Also, a mini-review of Fairest, which kind of goes between Marissa Meyer's Cress and Winter in The Lunar Chronicles. That said, I read Fairest after finishing Winter, so not much was a big surprise (unless you count the stuff with Evret Hayle).
I meant to finish Outlander this week, but that didn't happen because I started watching the Starz show of the same name, and um, DISTRACTIONS ABOUND. Seriously, though, it's a very good book (re: audiobook) so far. If you can get past the slow-burning love story and thensome. Anyway, this isn't about Outlander. It's about two smaller works [...]
This one took a bit of brainpower, no joke. I've also realized how very little of anime and manga I've watched and read lately, so I'm pretty sure half this list is something I need to remedy myself (like, seriouslah...I'm so behind on Attack on Titan right now it's not even funny). Ten Manga To Read [...]
If there's any Austen work that truly fits in as a graphic novel, I would put my vote in Emma. It's the epitome of a shoujo-type story that I'd read and laugh over. Emma is just the kind of character who goes into her own little inner-mind theater, and I've always loved her, maybe even slightly more than the [...]