Book Review: The Most Fun We Ever Had by Claire Lombardo

Previously: Reviewing the Longest Books I've Read| Coming Soon: March Reading Wrap-Up The Most Fun We Ever Had is Claire Lombardo’s debut novel and was published on June 27th 2019 by W&N. It follows the story of the Sorenson family, David, Marilyn and their four daughters as the re-appetence of a sixteen-year-old boy previously given… Continue reading Book Review: The Most Fun We Ever Had by Claire Lombardo

Book Review- How We Disappeared by Jing-Jing Lee

How We Disappeared is a historical fiction novel published by Oneworld Publishing in 2019. Set in Malaysia it follows three perspectives as a family comes to terms with secrets that were hidden during the Japanese invasion in World War Two, and how that has affected their lives. I read this book as part of my… Continue reading Book Review- How We Disappeared by Jing-Jing Lee

Book Review: Rules for Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson

Rules for Perfect Murders, published as Eight Perfect Murders in the US, is a murder mystery novel published on March 3rd 2020 by Faber & Faber. It follows mystery bookshop owner Mal who is approached by an FBI agent regarding a string of murders that may be connected to a blog post he wrote citing… Continue reading Book Review: Rules for Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson

Review: Lady Chatterly’s Lover (#ClassicsCommunity)

If you're not aware #ClassicsCommunity is an initiative spearheaded by Lucy @LucytheReader to encourage people to read more classic books in 2020. My personal goal is to read one classic a month. It's not very fancy or complicated but I think It will be very achievable which is the direction I want to head in.… Continue reading Review: Lady Chatterly’s Lover (#ClassicsCommunity)

Review: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay is a Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Michael Chabon, published in 2000. It follows two cousins, Jewish-American Sammy Claymann and Jewish-Praguer Josef Kavalier, and their experiences in the comic book industry leading up to and during America’s involvement in WWII.  As a reader of comic books, I find any… Continue reading Review: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay

Review: Mad Love by Paul Dini, Pat Cardigan

Published by Titan Books, Mad Love is the novelisation of Mad Love and Other Stories, the Batman comic, an adaptation of Batman: The Animated Series (S.4, Ep.21). Essentially this is the origin story of the one, the only, the insatiable, Harley Quinn. Let's start at the very beginning... If you're going to have a prologue… Continue reading Review: Mad Love by Paul Dini, Pat Cardigan

The Western Wind Review

The Western Wind is a historical fiction novel by Samantha Harvey. It is Harvey's fourth novel, comes in at 304 pages, and was first published by Vintage on February 28th 2019. I was kindly #GIFTED and eARC of this novel by the publishers via NetGalley, but all opinions, as always, are my own. This review… Continue reading The Western Wind Review

Book Review: Batman Zero Year Pt.1

"They want to be transported to a world where bigger truths are at work, and anything-- anything can happen. A world where the impossible is possible." -Alfred Pennyworth, Zero Year Today at Comic Corner I'm brining you a review for Batman Zero Year Pt.1, which collects issues #21-26 of the comic, by Scott Snyder and… Continue reading Book Review: Batman Zero Year Pt.1

Comic Review: Suicide Squad, Vol. 1; Kicked in the Teeth

*I do not own any of the images used in this post, but rather they are all property of DC Comics* **This review is SPOILER FREE**   Kicked in the Teeth is the first volume in the 2011 Suicide Squad series, collects issues #1-7 of the comics, is written by Adam Glass, and illustrated by… Continue reading Comic Review: Suicide Squad, Vol. 1; Kicked in the Teeth

Comic Review: Batman: Under the Red Hood

*I do not own any of the images used in this post, but rather they are all property of DC Comics*   Under the Red Hood collects its storyline from Batman #635-641, #645-650, and the Batman Annual #4, which means there's a whole load of writers, illustrators and letterers, and all the other amazing people… Continue reading Comic Review: Batman: Under the Red Hood