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Children of the Whales Volume Two

August 12, 2020
Children of the Whales Volume Two

I enjoyed this volume decidedly more than the first and I really liked that one, to begin with. There was a great deal more worldbuilding, and it didn't come from Chakuro's journals this time. Whilst I find that such a clever way of worldbuilding it's nice that we're seeing more of the author's ability to weave information in throughout the story too. It's difficult to review manga without…

Books Graphic Novel Reviews

Lumberjanes Volume Five

August 5, 2020
Lumberjanes Volume Five

Each volume of this series is full of fun and whimsy. It's especially when the volume includes mermaids. What could be more magical and whimsical than mermaids I hear you ask...mermaids that have a battle of the bands underwater! I loved the plot of this volume. Whilst there are different topics and problems brought up in each volume, but friendship is constant throughout. Its importance is emphasised, how…

Books Graphic Novel Reviews

Giant Days Volume Three

July 27, 2020
Giant Days Volume Three

This is one of my favourite graphic novel series for so many reasons, mainly because it's so hard to find any form of fiction that takes place at University. It's something I bring up a lot as to my knowledge I've only ever found this series, Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell and Frat Girl by Kiley Roache. I imagine there are a lot more but I still think it's…

Books Non-Fiction Reviews

The Salt Path by Raynor Winn

July 20, 2020

I'll be honest, I never had any intention of ever reading a book like this. The Salt Path is a biography merged with nature nonfiction. Absolutely not my thing. I would have never picked it up in-store. However, after talking to one of our lovely neighbours about books she told me about this and then leant it to me. Anne, whilst you'll never read this thank you so…