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REVIEW: Puella Magi Tart Magica, Vol. 2

REVIEW: Puella Magi Tart Magica, Vol. 2

Jeanne, called La Pucelle by the people of France and Tart by her companions, seeks an audience with the Dauphin to offer her help to drive the English from their nation. With his approval, she leads the French soldiers as [...]

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REVIEW: Front Lines by Michael Grant

REVIEW: Front Lines by Michael Grant

We are the first generation of female soldiers in the American army. Lucky us. I’m calling it – the YA trend of the 2016 is undoubtedly Alternate Histories, and FRONT LINES is an excellent start. In an America where women are both able [...]

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REVIEW: The Just City by Jo Walton

REVIEW: The Just City by Jo Walton

After finishing up with the soul-crushing The Song of Achilles in February (the review of which you can find here), I was in the mood for some more fiction involving Greek mythos. Lo and behold, Jo Walton’s The Just City [...]

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