Comics & Graphic Novel, Non Fiction

Green Almonds: Letters from Palestine by Anaele Hermans, Delphine Hermans

I like to mix a few graphic novels into the mix when I read, mostly because they are shorter and different. I chose to request access to this book via NetGalley because it had an interesting concept. The story is a memoir of two sisters, told through the letters they sent each other while one… Continue reading Green Almonds: Letters from Palestine by Anaele Hermans, Delphine Hermans

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Comics & Graphic Novel, Uncategorized

Emotions Explained with Buff Dudes: Owlturd Comix by Andrew Tsyaston

I have laughed with a few of these comics online and when I saw a whole book of them available on NetGalley(Link), I jumped at the chance. The book is filled with takes on different parts of life by a person who overthinks and has some form of anxiety at most times. Putting it in… Continue reading Emotions Explained with Buff Dudes: Owlturd Comix by Andrew Tsyaston

Comics & Graphic Novel

Michigan: On the Trail of a War Bride by Julien Frey, Lucas Varela (Illustrator)

Sometimes, I wish I could tell people to pay more attention to the size of the books that have increased my reading tally for the year. I have read almost an average of a book a day but quite a few of those books are graphic novels or craft and food books. This book adds… Continue reading Michigan: On the Trail of a War Bride by Julien Frey, Lucas Varela (Illustrator)

Comics & Graphic Novel, Fantasy

Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card by CLAMP

When I was younger, I stayed up late ( by my standards) to watch the series in English. It was my first brush with anime related shows. My sister carried on from there though and became the ardent follower she is now. I therefore have the background information to enjoy the adventures that the characters… Continue reading Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card by CLAMP

Comics & Graphic Novel

The Complete Peanuts, Vol. 15: 1979-1980

I am currently on a Peanuts binge and will probably be reading all the (17,897) panels in due course, thanks to the complete collections volumes available at my local library. Considering the content, it would not make sense to write a separate review for each of the collections, because they are bound to contain pretty… Continue reading The Complete Peanuts, Vol. 15: 1979-1980