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REVIEW: Tohyo Game, Vol. 1

REVIEW: Tohyo Game, Vol. 1

Shuusuke started off his second year of high school with an actual literal nightmare: a dream in which he asks a girl he doesn't know to kill him. When he wakes, he thinks that it was just a bad dream [...]

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Book Club: OTHERBOUND by Corinne Duyvis

Book Club: OTHERBOUND by Corinne Duyvis

Start the new year with something a little different in Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis: Amara is never alone. Not when she's protecting the cursed princess she unwillingly serves. Not when they're fleeing across dunes and islands and seas to stay alive. Not [...]

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REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 4

REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 4

Kyouko Hori is beautiful and popular, Izumi Miyamura is a gloomy loner, and they couldn't be more different from one another, right? Wrong. Hori is totally faking her positive and upbeat persona, Miyamura's "gloominess" is mostly to hide his piercings [...]

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REVIEW: Iron Cast by Destiny Soria

REVIEW: Iron Cast by Destiny Soria

Usually it was the same old crowd – rich, bored regs who found hemopaths to be novelties or magicians or misunderstood souls, rather than diseased in the blood… didn’t believe in dreaming for the impossible, but the illusions and emotions [...]

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REVIEW: A Mortal Song by Megan Crewe

REVIEW: A Mortal Song by Megan Crewe

Sora, a kami spirit and heir to the kingdom in Mt. Fuji, planned to ask her parents for more duties and training on her 17th birthday. But everything changed when the ghost nation attacked. With her parents and loved ones captured, [...]

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REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 3

REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 3

Their schoolmates would say Kyouko Hori and Izumi Miyamura are total opposites: Hori is cheerful, pretty, and popular, while Miyamura is a gloomy, loner otaku. But Hori’s really a total homebody, and Miyamura (who does admit he’s pretty gloomy) isn’t [...]

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REVIEW: We Are the Ants

REVIEW: We Are the Ants

“If you knew the world was ending and you could save it by pressing a button, would you?” That’s the hot topic Henry Denton, a teenager with a vocabulary like a token John Green character, has to make a decision about [...]

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