Still not caught up... I know.
Paper Girls Volume One
Paper Girls is very similar to one of my favourite graphic novel series', Lumberjanes. However, add a helluva lot more violence and swearing and you get this. I'm up to date with the series so far as you can see and with each instalment its getting better!
I have a review for Paper Girls V1 here.
Paper Girls Volume Two
Like I said each volume gets better, we learn more about both the characters and the rules of this world. I adore the art style. It seems whatever Brian K Vaughn creates I'm likely to love.
I have a review for Paper Girls V2 here.
Paper Girls Volume Three
4. A Place Called Perfect* by Helena Duggan
If you like Tim Burton then you will adore this book. Yes I'm 20 (nearly 21) and I still read children's literature but books don't have an age limit! I will say this is definitely a darker story and possibly not suitable for a child with a sensitive disposition.
I have a review for A Place Called Perfect* here.
A Gathering of Shadows by V.E Schwab
1. Every Mountain Made Low by Alex White
This was not my kind of book. It felt like there were around five plots that shouldn't have linked but were moulded to. I wasn't a fan of any of the characters really and I blame this book for me being so behind on my Goodreads goal because it took me so damn long to read!
I have a review for Every Mountain Made Low here.
Rosario + Vampire Volume Two
I wasn't a massive fan of the first volume in this series but I'm glad I persevered and continued. This volume was so much better with a more cohesive plot. The characters were explored a little more and I didn't find them as irritating... which is always good.
I have a review for Rosario + Vampire V2 here.
For the most part August was a pretty decent reading month up until I started Every Mountain Made Low...
What have you been reading recently?
Thank-you for reading,