means less time to read and write. So this week I'm aiming for two reviews. Two very distinct books.
One I had very high expectations and the other I had none. One has a beautiful cover and the other has the usual bland and lack luster Hickman creator owned cover. The first was a shoot in the dark (like many books I buy) the second was bought due to the recommendations of the good folks at The Outhouse.
On the 17th, next Wednesday, Alabaster Wolves will get reviewed.
But now, for the first time, Dancy finds herself alone...
... and the wolves are closing in"
The Manhattan Projects Volume 1 Science Bad takes center stage at the 21th of April, next Sunday.
This got recommend to me over and over and over again. And then some more. I read the premise and it didn't spark much interest. However I had to see why this got so many recommendations and so many stellar reviews.
The premise is simple: "What if the research and development department created to produce the first atomic bomb was a front for a series of other, more unusual, programs?"
Originally Published at Reading Graphic Novels http://readinggraphicnovels.blogspot.com/2013/04/next-on-rgn-2.html
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About the Author - Rui Esteves
Rui Esteves is definitely from Peru and has a blog! Rui tries to find the good in everyone, which is difficult when he has to work for this hive of scum and villainy, but he makes do. Rui does so enjoy graphic novels, as evident from the name of his blog: http://readinggraphicnovels.blogspot.com, twitter handle: @RGNblog, and Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/rgnblog.
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