Chick lit, Comics & Graphic Novel

Chef’s Kiss by Jarrett Melendez,  Danica Brine, Hank Jones, Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

This book is, in its essence, a coming-of-age book for our lead character with some really great art.There are multiple authors mentioned, and I am not exactly sure how that worked, but it felt quite seamless. We have four friends who have all finished their undergraduate together (one decides to go back for more), and… Continue reading Chef’s Kiss by Jarrett Melendez,  Danica Brine, Hank Jones, Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

Children's Non-Fiction, Comics & Graphic Novel

My Trip to the Fair by Mallika Appana

This is a very short illustrated book. It has as much content in its text as it does in the helpful glossary for those people who are unfamiliar with the things described within it.It is probably a mildly interesting book for those who have only a brief connection to India, but for those ex-pats with… Continue reading My Trip to the Fair by Mallika Appana

Comics & Graphic Novel, Mystery

Enola Holmes: The Graphic Novels By Nancy Springer-Illustrations by Serena Blasco

I have watched the Enola Homes first season on Netflix and found it a mixed bag. The way the series was taken and the acting was all quite well done. I did not enjoy the portrayal of Mycroft because it felt extremely jarring from the original, and this was the main reason that I did… Continue reading Enola Holmes: The Graphic Novels By Nancy Springer-Illustrations by Serena Blasco

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

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