Category: book reviews

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Amy Lane – Sidecar (2012)

Sidecar doesn’t need verbose overstatements of appreciation, exaggerated appeals of its brilliance. A story is as simple as love itself, it stands alone and shines on its own merits.

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Patti Larsen – Clone 3

In an epic tale of a dying world, Patti Larson’s Clone 3 follows the trials of a girl named Trio, who holds the fate of the world in her hands.

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Shinya Shokudo (Manga)

What do you get when you put a bunch of colorful strangers meeting after midnight at a rather simple restaurant where the chef presents you with a basic menu, but offers to prepare anything you ask for as long as it is as simple as his establishment?

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Gene Gant – The Thunder in his Head

For Kyle, life is a series of misunderstandings and hard fought conclusions. Gant’s debut effort is definitely a bold step in the genre and is, in fact, an accurate portrayal of the erratic nature of a teenager growing into his own skin.