I’ve done this before where i’ve written up all my graphic novel reviews in to one burst of a blog post to save ten posts littering your feeds, just of graphic novels i’ve read. Get ready for another post exactly the same as the first with different books!
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I’ve been reading a whole bunch of graphic novels at the moment, and also have a load of reviews to put up on the blog, so to save everyone’s time, i figured i’d merge some in to one. I’ve been storming through a couple of graphic novels that i’ve loved, so wanted to share those with you!
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We read Heartstopper: Volume Two for our August LGBTQ+ Book Club read and I absolutely adored it! I’ve not actually written my own review of either volume and I figured I should because I will shout from the rooftops about how pure and cute and wholesome they are! Continue reading “Heartstopper by Alicde Oseman – Blogtober”
I’ve been wanting to read a graphic novel for quite some time, one of length and a stand alone that i can really get in to. On a recent trip to Waterstones, i found This One Summer, which looked absolutely adorable and something that i’d really want to read pretty quickly. Luckily, my friend bought it and lent it to me, win win for me!
Continue reading “This One Summer by Jillian Tamaki and Mariko Tamaki (BEDM)”
It’s been quite a long time since i sat down and read a graphic novel. I’ve felt like i haven’t had the time to sit and read one in one sitting (which is what i usually do) so i’ve ignored that section of my book shelves all together. However, i sat down with Paper Girls after having it on my shelf for over a year, finally.
Continue reading “Paper Girls by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang (Blogmas)”
Over here at The Little Contemporary Corner we love graphic novels. We also love Cats. So when I got sent a review copy of the first instalment of The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat (and Pokey) I literally could not contain myself with excitement. Everyone loves Grumpy Cat, so reading about his adventures put a very nice spin on my relaxing Friday night.
Continue reading “The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat by Royal McGraw”
Camp Midnight is the story of Skye who gets sent off to summer camp when her stepmother can’t deal with having her around. Little does Skye know that the camp comes alive at night with monsters, or the other camp goers! Skye doesn’t fit in with the others when they turn from their human form to their monster form and makes friends with Mia, another girl who feels very left out in camp.
Continue reading “Camp Midnight by Jason Adam Katzenstein”