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Sep 22

Sunday Post #18 – Continuing On

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Hey everyone! Back with another Sunday Post update, via Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer. I’m patterning mine off of Kimberly’s, at least for now. Maybe one day I’ll get creative and make my own graphics!

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Life Update

I’ve been sick, and I feel like it’s ENTIRELY too early in the season to be sick. It’s not even officially fall yet! But after 10+ days of coughing my lungs out I went to the doctor and turns out I have/had bronchitis. I’m still coughing but no fever now, so yay? I’m soooo glad I went with only three classes this semester or I’m sure I would have absolutely collapsed trying to keep up. Husband has been sick too, though not as bad. Yay, go us. 😛

Had my first two exams this week. Not great taking them sick, but life goes on. I just might have needed a good stiff drink afterwards, though whiskey and honey would probably have been the better option. I generally settled for tea and honey and bed.

Weekly Dose of Adorableness

Throwback! They were so leetle but grew up so fast!

Last Week on Blog

I actually posted things! *gasp* All covers link to GoodReads, and titles to my review.

Next Week on the Blog

 

  • Beasts of the Frozen Sun – YA fantasy tour + review
  • House of Salt and Sorrows – YA fantasy review
  • Pawsitively Poisonous (Witch of Edgehill #1) – paranormal cozy mystery review
  • Can’t Wait Wednesday #20

 

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Sep 20

The Wolf in the Whale

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The Wolf in the WhaleThe Wolf in the Whale by Jordanna Max Brodsky
Published by Redhook on January 29, 2019
Pages: 544
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A sweeping tale of clashing cultures, warring gods, and forbidden love: In 1000 AD, a young Inuit shaman and a Viking warrior become unwilling allies as war breaks out between their peoples and their gods-one that will determine the fate of them all.

"There is a very old story, rarely told, of a wolf that runs into the ocean and becomes a whale."

Born with the soul of a hunter and the spirit of the Wolf, Omat is destined to follow in her grandfather's footsteps-invoking the spirits of the land, sea, and sky to protect her people.

But the gods have stopped listening and Omat's family is starving. Alone at the edge of the world, hope is all they have left.

Desperate to save them, Omat journeys across the icy wastes, fighting for survival with every step. When she meets a Viking warrior and his strange new gods, they set in motion a conflict that could shatter her world...or save it.

TW: violence, battle scenes, rape, animal death.

The Wolf in the Whale is an absolutely beautiful, gut-wrenching book. It held my attention for the entire 500+ pages and my heart for much longer – I’m really shocked that it hasn’t received more attention! Also, I’m still struggling to find the words to describe both the book and my feelings about it. I really just want to shove it in everyone’s face and tell them YOU MUST READ THIS (after pointing at the trigger warnings above, of course). But that typically only works with very close friends.

Not enough for you either? Ok, moving on…

First of all, the entire book is based around the gods even though the main characters are human. The gods of the Inuit and of the norsemen are involved – to the point of meddling selfishly – in the lives of mortals. I didn’t realize this when I first started reading and it took me several chapters to realize that no, the scenes with the gods weren’t visions or dreams. The gods were actual, physical AND spiritual beings that interacted with humans. Excuse me while I rearrange my brain cells. Also, don’t expect any high moral standards from the gods. Some of them are just as despicable as any human villain-characters. It was rather ghastly at times. 😛

The main characters are complicated. The things that happen to Omat are absolutely brutal. The Viking warrior is sympathetic but not an innocent. The clash between Inuit and the Norse gods was fascinating.

I’m going to stop here, because this book has stumped me on writing an actual review for months now. I hope that I’ve convinced you to give it a shot, if you can stomach the heartache and violence. It’s totally worth it.

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Sep 19

The Necromancer’s Bride – Tour + Review!

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First of all, a huge apology to Xpresso Book Tours – this post is VERY late, as I’ve been sick for over a week and I forgot everything except (possibly) my name.



The Necromancer’s Bride – Tour + Review!The Necromancer's Bride (Gaslamp Gothic, #4) by Kat Ross
Published by Acorn on September 6, 2019
Genres: Fantasy, Historical, Romance
Pages: 350
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Goodreads four-stars
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Forgiveness is not Gabriel D’Ange’s strong suit.

A self-appointed soldier of God with a penchant for ruthlessly punishing his enemies, he vanished after Anne Lawrence stabbed him with his own dagger.

The smart thing would be to let him go.

Unfortunately, Anne’s life isn’t just lonely without Gabriel. It’s insufferably boring.

Determined to heal the rift between them, she goes in search of her tempestuous former lover, black parasol in hand and daeva magic crackling at her fingertips. But Gabriel has his own plans afoot and Anne finds herself drawn into one of his tangled webs, much against her better judgment.

Gabriel’s nemesis has reappeared in Brussels, a vile slaver who’s plundering the Congo Free State with the blessing of King Leopold. Gabriel might be willing to give Anne a second chance, but not until Jorin Bekker’s head is lying at his feet.

Back in London, the quasi-reformed necromancer Balthazar sets his sights on the same quarry. He holds a very personal grudge against Bekker — and killing him might be the only way to keep Gabriel D’Ange from Balthazar’s own throat.

When the hunters collide at a lavish gala thrown by the king, Anne learns just how far she’ll go to save the man she loves.

Note: The Necromancer’s Bride is the sequel to A Bad Breed, which should be read first.

I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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The Necromancer’s Bride is an excellent continuation of the story begun in A Bad Breed, and as the fourth installment in the Gaslamp Gothic series! I was so excited to read more about Anne and Gabriel and the whole scheme of everything that’s going on. I still need to go back and read the first two books in the series (which you do NOT have to read to start with A Bad Breed, but you DO need to read A Bad Breed before reading The Necromancer’s Bride…yes, I know, slightly confusing). Also there’s a 5th novel coming!! It’s not on GoodReads yet but was named in the end notes for Necromancer, and it’s called The Dead Ringer.

Favorite Things

“You won’t be laughing so hard when my wife gets here,” Gabriel said. 
The guards exchanged a solemn look.
“His wife,” Daan echoed in a quaking voice. “Well, now I’m truly terrified.”…
“Will she bring her rolling pin?” 
“No, no, it’ll be knitting needles,” Daan put in. “She’ll poke us and tell us we’re very naughty boys.”

  • This exchange. Because if they only knew…and then they are properly educated and it’s both awesome and hilarious.
  • Besides the romance, which I found much more believable in this book than the last – if you read my review of A Bad Breed, due to the whole Belle and the Beast thing felt kind of forced – there was intrigue and evilness going on that was awesome and kept me reading.
  • Balthazar! Can someone please give me some more of Balthazar’s story? He’s such a morally grey character and yet he seems to be an actual teddy bear inside.
  • Anne continues to be a total badass, and in this book she is the BADDEST of the badasses. Gabriel, of course, and Balthazar also kickass, but they get themselves into PROBLEMS and have to be rescued by the tiny little lady. It’s awesome. YES PLEASE.

She was barefoot and painted head to toe in dried blood. With her wild auburn hair, she reminded Balthazar of the Celtic queen who had burned Londinium to ashes and whipped the Romans so badly they almost fled Britain. 

Less Favorite Things
  • There is still so much unexplained about the magic of this world, and the daevas and necromancers in general. Where did this come from? Why are they immortal? I need details. This might have been explained in the first books of the series, but I feel like if the later books are to be read as standalones there needs to be some kind of refresher course in them as well. I found myself a bit frustrated by the lack of info and occasionally confused.

Overall 4/5 stars, and I’m eagerly waiting for the next one!

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Author Bio:

Kat Ross worked as a journalist at the United Nations for ten years before happily falling back into what she likes best: making stuff up. She’s the author of the Fourth Element and Fourth Talisman fantasy series, the Gaslamp Gothic paranormal mysteries, and the dystopian thriller Some Fine Day. She loves myths, monsters and doomsday scenarios. Check out Kat’s Pinterest page for the people, places and things that inspire her books.

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Sep 17

Taming Demons for Beginners – The Guild Codex: Demonized, Book 1!

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Taming Demons for Beginners
Annette Marie
(The Guild Codex: Demonized #1)
Published by: Dark Owl Fantasy Inc.
Publication date: September 13th 2019
Genres: New Adult, Urban Fantasy

Rule one: Don’t look at the demon.

When I arrived at my uncle’s house, I expected my relatives to be like me—outcast sorcerers who don’t practice magic. I was right about the sorcery, but wrong about everything else.

Rule two: Don’t listen to the demon.

My uncle chose a far deadlier power. He calls creatures of darkness into our world, binds them into service contracts, and sells them to the highest bidder. And I’m supposed to act like I don’t know how illegal and dangerous it is.

Rule three: Don’t talk to the demon.

All I had to do was keep my nose out of it. Pretend I didn’t find the summoning circle in the basement. Pretend I didn’t notice the shadowy being trapped inside it. Pretend I didn’t break the rules.

But I did, and now it’s too late.


From the author of The Guild Codex: Spellbound comes a new series that will plunge an unprepared young woman into the darkest magic of the mythic world.

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YOU GUYS. I am so so so SO VERY excited for this book!! I have devoured the four Guild Codex: Spellbound books and cannot WAIT to dive into this one. It’s currently sitting on my Kindle but this school semester has already started swallowing me whole and I haven’t read much lately!

Note: You don’t have to have read the Spellbound books to dive into this one! This one starts an entirely new spin-off series, so while you will recognize people and places if you’ve read Spellbound, it’s not necessary.

Keep reading for an excerpt and a giveaway down below!

EXCERPT:

I snapped the Demonica guide shut and replaced it under the table, then scooped up my remaining cookies and walked across the hardwood floor. I stopped two long steps from the summoning circle, the dome-shape interior filled with inky, impenetrable shadows.

I held up a cookie.

“This,” I announced, “is a double-chocolate brownie cookie. It’s delicious, and I’ll give it to you if you answer a question for me.”

Silence from within the darkness.

“I answered your question,” I added accusingly.

Quiet lay upon the room—then a soft, husky laugh.

“A question, hh’ainun?” the demon crooned. “What would you ask?”

Doubts trickled through me. This was a bad idea, but I plowed on. “Do demons lie?”

Ch,” it replied, a sound of cold amusement. “Zh’ūltis question. Ask another.”

I frowned. “What does zhuh-ool … what does that word mean?”

“Stupid. Stupid question.”

My frown deepened into a scowl. I rephrased. “If it’s true that demons don’t lie, why is that?”

A long pause, but it wasn’t the same silence as before. My skin prickled, instinct warning that a predator’s attention was locked on me.

“Tell me truths and lies, hh’ainun.”

“What?” I asked blankly.

The demon said nothing, waiting.

Brow furrowed, I searched for harmless things to say. “I moved here six days ago. I miss my college classes. My favorite class was biology. I enjoy baking for my family.”

“Moved here,” the demon repeated in its swirling accent. “True. Miss your … college,” it enunciated carefully, as though unfamiliar with the word, “true. Biology … lie.”

My eyes widened.

“Your family.” It rolled the last word as though tasting it. “Lie.” “No,” I said. “That one is true.”

“Lie,” the demon repeated with certainty.

“You’re wrong. I love baking for my family.”

Zh’ūltis.”

“Did you just call me stupid?” I clenched my jaw, then relaxed. “You didn’t answer my question.”

“I did.”

“No, you didn’t.” Glaring, I took a deep breath. “Fine. Whatever. If that’s your idea of answering a question, I won’t bother asking any more.”

I stepped closer to the circle, knelt, and carefully set the paper towel of cookies on the floor. Keeping my body as far away as possible, I nudged a corner of the paper across the silver inlay, then snatched my hand back. This was the closest I’d ever come to the circle.

A soft scuff against the hardwood emanated from the darkness. The paper towel twitched, then slid into the black dome.

Icy blades of fear cut through me. Suddenly, the demon was no longer a voice—it was a physical being. Something alive and solid and real that could pull the cookies into its prison cell. My gaze rose from the floor where the treats had disappeared to the curved black wall.

A spark of red in the darkness.

Flames burst to life and shot upward in a hungry blaze. I flung myself back. As I landed on my butt, the brief flare lit a shape within the black—the dark outline of shoulders, the edge of a jaw, the plane of a cheekbone.

Burning crimson eyes caught the light and glowed.

The fire died as quickly as it had appeared, and the dome was once again filled with impenetrable darkness, the demon hidden within. Gray fluff fluttered out of the circle—ash. Flakes of ash. The demon had burned the paper towel.

I scooted across the floor, then pushed onto trembling legs. Without a word or a backward glance, I ran through the door and pushed it shut behind me, swearing never to return.

An hour later, as I lay in bed, trying to sleep, all I could see was the demon’s dim outline—and those eyes that had glowed like hot coals, like magma erupting from a volcano’s heart.

 

Author Bio:

Annette Marie is the author of Amazon best-selling YA urban fantasy series Steel & Stone, its prequel trilogy Spell Weaver, and romantic fantasy trilogy Red Winter. Her first love is fantasy, but fast-paced adventures and tantalizing forbidden romances are her guilty pleasures. She lives in the frozen winter wasteland of Alberta, Canada (okay, it’s not quite that bad) with her husband and their furry minion of darkness—sorry, cat—Caesar. When not writing, she can be found elbow-deep in one art project or another while blissfully ignoring all adult responsibilities.

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Sep 04

Sunday Post #17 – One Week Down

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Hey everyone! Back with another Sunday Wednesday Post update (I’m behind on life, okay?), via Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer. I’m totally patterning mine off of Kimberly’s, at least for now.

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First week of school is in the books! I hesitate to pass judgment on how difficult these classes will be because we only had two days of lecture and one of those was pretty much just covering the syllabus. But of my three classes I am confident I will thoroughly enjoy at least two of them. Which makes me very happy. 🙂

I didn’t read much during the week but smashed through two entire books on Sunday! I’m trying very hard to get caught up on the Royal Spyness series, since I have an eARC of the newest one but was several books behind. Now I’m just waiting on my requests to come through at the library.

Last Week on Blog

Weekly Dose of Adorableness

Throwback to Noah’s first attempt to play with Tristan (cat). Tristan was used to our older, bigger puppy by this point but little Noah was rougher and faster! Tristan was NOT impressed, as you can see.

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Aug 28

Can’t Wait Wednesday #19 – The Bromance Book Club

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I’m joining in the fun with a Can’t-Wait Wednesday, a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Usually the books are ones yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

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Can’t Wait Wednesday #19 – The Bromance Book ClubThe Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams
Published by Berkley on November 5, 2019
Pages: 320
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The first rule of this book club:
You don't talk about book club.

Nashville Legends second baseman Gavin Scott's marriage is in major league trouble. He’s recently discovered a humiliating secret: his wife Thea has always faked the Big O. When he loses his cool at the revelation, it’s the final straw on their already strained relationship. Thea asks for a divorce, and Gavin realizes he’s let his pride and fear get the better of him.

Welcome to the Bromance Book Club.

Distraught and desperate, Gavin finds help from an unlikely source: a secret romance book club made up of Nashville's top alpha men. With the help of their current read, a steamy Regency titled Courting the Countess, the guys coach Gavin on saving his marriage. But it'll take a lot more than flowery words and grand gestures for this hapless Romeo to find his inner hero and win back the trust of his wife.

This sounds absolutely hilarious with the potential to be hot as hell. Dear lord please let it be as good as it sounds!

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Aug 26

Sunday Post #16 – It’s Here and I’m Not Ready

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Hey everyone! Back with another Sunday Post update, via Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer. I’m totally patterning mine off of Kimberly’s, at least for now.

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School starts back this week.

Totally my face.

I am so not ready. The ankle really put a wrench in all my productive plans for August. My house is just barely passably clean. The flowerbed still needs weeded. The dogs HAVE been getting daily exercise and training – that’s about the only thing (besides reading) that wasn’t severely neglected. And classes start on Wednesday morning, 8:30 a.m. *sigh*

That “I feel slightly ill” look? Nailed it.

It’s been a lovely month for reading (being partially immobile will do that), but I haven’t actually written many reviews! Here are the books I read in August (so far…I still have two more days before all bets are off!). Hopefully I will get cracking on the reviews and you’ll see a lot of these very soon. All covers link to GoodReads, so check them out!

 

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Next Week on the Blog

  • Can’t Wait Wednesday #19
  • Hopefully some book reviews!

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Aug 23

Book Blogger Problems

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Welcome to Book Blogger Issues Problems

How I feel about my book REVIEWS right now.

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You Might be a Book Blogger If….

WORDS. They’re exhausting. Too many feels.

  • You read an AMAZING book that you want to tell everyone about but trying to describe it completely freezes your brain. Hence your blog sits silent even though you’re plowing through books at an alarming rate. This is me, currently. The book in question was The Wolf in the Whale, which I was supposed to have a review published for weeks ago. I even had it scheduled for a week ago, and after sitting staring at a blank blog post for half an hour I closed it and haven’t written a review since.

Pretty much.

  • You feel like you need a stiff drink when you actually decide to check your stats for once and find your number of subscribers has decreased substantially. I try not to focus on blog stats, because I write about books because I love them, not because I want attention. But I DO thoroughly enjoy discoursing with other bookworms about them!

I plead the 5th…

  • You spend hours on GoodReads/other book blogs reading about books…and never open your current read. I love talking with people about books, and reading other reviews and book blogs feels something like that!

Read what you love. Stop worrying about what other people think of your book choices!

  • You have massive amounts of book guilt. Like from the ARCs that are months overdue. Or feeling like you should read this book or that book. Instead of what you really want to read. Word of advice: read what you love. Read what you like. Otherwise your love of reading will fizzle. Not necessarily die, but definitely fizzle. Take it from the recovering English major/literature snob.

ALL the notes.

  • You take obsessive notes about your reading. You might even have a reading planner. Or many, many lists of books (or shelves on GoodReads). You might have lists of your lists of books. I find it difficult to read without my phone beside me because when I find good quotes I want to update my GR status RIGHT NOW!

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Are any of these you? What are some other funny/weird things about being a book blogger?

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Aug 21

Can’t Wait Wednesday #18 – The Alchemist and an Amaretto (Guild Codex #5)

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I’m joining in the fun with a Can’t-Wait Wednesday, a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Usually the books are ones yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

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Can’t Wait Wednesday #18 – The Alchemist and an Amaretto (Guild Codex #5)The Alchemist and an Amaretto (The Guild Codex: Spellbound, #5) by Annette Marie
on October 11, 2019
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As a guild bartender, I can handle pretty much anything—mages, sorcerers, witches, the occasional demon. But show me anything family-related and I'd rather run for the hills. It doesn't even have to be my family.

So I have no idea why I thought spending the holidays with Aaron's mom and pop was a good idea.

Meeting his famous parents is already terrifying enough, but I've got a bigger problem. Students of his family's renowned mage academy are being attacked on the grounds—and somehow no one has seen a single assailant? Unexplained tracks litter the nearby woods, rumors of forbidden alchemy are circulating the campus…and Ezra has been acting strangely since we arrived.

Something deadly is brewing in the shadow of Sinclair Academy, and the longer we take to uncover it, the more dangerous it becomes. But no matter the risk, we'll protect the students.

And Aaron's parents too, I suppose. If we have to.

--THE GUILD CODEX

Spellbound Series:Three Mages and a Margarita (#1)Dark Arts and a Daiquiri (#2)Two Witches and a Whiskey (#3)Demon Magic and a Martini (#4)The Alchemist and an Amaretto (#5)Druid Vices and a Vodka (#6)

Demonized Series:Taming Demons for Beginners (#1)Slaying Monsters for the Feeble (#2)

I’m obsessed with this series and this author. <3 Love Tori so much! You can read my reviews of the first two books in the Guild Codex series here and here.

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Aug 14

Can’t Wait Wednesday #17 – Monstress, Volume 4

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I’m joining in the fun with a Can’t-Wait Wednesday, a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Usually the books are ones yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

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Can’t Wait Wednesday #17 – Monstress, Volume 4Monstress, Vol. 4: The Chosen by Marjorie M. Liu, Sana Takeda
Published by Image Comics on October 1, 2019
Pages: 176
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Maika and Corvin make their way through a warped and lethal land in search of Kippa, who is faced with her own terrible monsters. But when Maika comes face-to-face with a stranger from her deep past, startling truths are uncovered, and at the center of it all lurks a dangerous conspiracy that threatens the Known World. Maika is finally close to getting all the answers she ever wanted, but at what price? With war on the horizon-a war no one wants to stop-whose side will Maika choose? Collects MONSTRESS #19-24.

EEEEEEK!!!! *ahem* I am over the moon and can’t wait to read this! (Yes, I know, I could read the individual issues…but I started with the collections and feel obligated to continue.) I loved the first three collections of Monstress and have no doubt Marjorie Liu will continue to deliver with this installment.

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