Children's fiction, Comics & Graphic Novel, Humour

Are We Lost Yet?: Another Wallace the Brave Collection by Will Henry

I have read and reviewed the previous books in this series on the blog. I must admit going into this review that I am highly biased. I follow the author of Instagram and enjoy almost every one of the panels about Wallace and his tiny clan. I have adored the previous three works in varying… Continue reading Are We Lost Yet?: Another Wallace the Brave Collection by Will Henry

Comics & Graphic Novel, Drama

The White Lady by Quentin Zuttion

I keep picking up these Europe comics and even knowing what I am in for, continue to be surprised by the depth that these books explore. The topics are things I would not read about otherwise, at least not in this form. The words are few, the colours fewer and they convey a lot more… Continue reading The White Lady by Quentin Zuttion

Children's fiction, Comics & Graphic Novel, Historical fiction

The Mermaid in the Millpond by Lucy Strange

I do not read many fiction books that target a younger audience. At least, not in comparison to the rest of the books I do get through in any given year. Surprisingly, many of the ones I have picked up come under the historical fiction category.This is one such book. One point that struck me,… Continue reading The Mermaid in the Millpond by Lucy Strange

Comics & Graphic Novel

I Will Not Die Alone by Dera White,Joe Bennett

Its books like these that pad my number of total reads in a year. Not something I do on purpose, but a process I enjoy nevertheless.Any time I see a graphic novel with a retrospective theme and cutesy illustrations, I usually pick it up (given a chance).This is a very short volume that I did… Continue reading I Will Not Die Alone by Dera White,Joe Bennett

Comics & Graphic Novel, Historical fiction

Savior (Purple Heart, #1) by Éric Warnauts

Art by Warnauts and Raives I started and stopped this book a couple of times before I actually saw it all the way through. The first time I paused, it was because it was unexpectedly angst-ridden and seemed too heavy. Then maybe because most of the characters were a little too unlikeable. Then, after reminding… Continue reading Savior (Purple Heart, #1) by Éric Warnauts