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April Wrap-up 2023

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2022 April Wrap

Sea of Rust

Author: C. Robert Cargill

Read Review

Animal Farm

Author: George Orwell

Read Review

Kill Baxter

Author: Charlie Human

Read Review

Scott Pilgrim Volume one

Author/Artist: Bryan Lee O’Malley

Read Review

Never Open It: The Taboo Trilogy

Author/Artist: J.M. Ken Niimura

Read Review

Hunter X Hunter

Volume Six

Volume Seven

Volume Eight

Volume Nine

Volume Ten

Full Metal Alchemist

Trigun Stampede

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  1. I thought Sea of Rust looked good but after reading your review I think I’ll pass.

    Catching up on comments and re: your question on my blog- as to whether I read Star Gate by Andre Norton? I have read it and rather liked it. It’s an older style, obviously, but I grew up on Norton and enjoyed the Witch World books too.


  2. I enjoyed Sea of Rust more than you did and Animal Farm is one of those books I studied at school, so I haven’t gone back and read it since:). My grandson reads graphic novels and manga so I want to read more – though there seems to be quite a lot of heartbreak and violence in many of the stories. Hope the coming month is a good one:).


  3. I read Animal Farm on a lark, and I loved it and recommended it to my kids…Happily, they loved it, too.

    I would like to read more graphic novels, but I honestly don’t know where to start. I know that I have read and loved Maus and the work of several women writers/illustrators.


  4. It looks like you’ve done a lot of reading in April! I haven’t read any of these books, not even Animal Farm.
    Popping over from Bookworms Monthly.


  5. I remember reading Animal Farm when I was younger, I quite like George Orwell’s books. I think Sea of Rust still sounds interesting but I have to be in the mood for info dumping. I read your review of Kill Baxter and I think the series sounds good for my teen.


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