Reviews and Blog Posts: Friendship

Bad day to go fishing

Reviewer Rating:
4

   Everyone wants something could have been an alternate title for this film because the main protagonists all have various wants. Prince Orsini is a slick talking showman who travels from town to town with his friend, strongman Jacob van Oppen. In every town Orsini makes money by charging fees to...

Cardboard

by Doug TenNapel

Reviewer Rating:
4

     If you've never read a Doug TenNapel graphic novel then you are missing out. He writes books that are full of action adventure and a few chuckles as well. The title of this book caught my attention as I could not imagine how a graphic novel could revolve...

Far from you

by Tess. author Sharpe

Reviewer Rating:
3

Sophie has almost died twice. The first time was in a car crash that left her in chronic pain--and with an addiction to painkillers. The second time was after she's gotten clean, and her friend Mina was murdered in front of her. Everyone believes that Mina was murdered because of...

Strong female protagonist. Book 1

by Brennan Lee Mulligan

Reviewer Rating:
4

What does it really mean to be a hero? This is the central question of this fun and thought-provoking graphic novel, which started as a web comic and was funded as a print book through a very successful Kickstarter campaign. Alison Green is one of many of her generation who...

My drunk kitchen : a guide to eating, drinking & going with your gut

by Hannah Hart

Reviewer Rating:
4

Hannah (she's real informal) is a Gen Y or Millennial and a talented spokesperson for her generation. John Green, only one of the most popular authors, wrote the introduction. But Hannah, a talented punster, does more in her anthem. She reveals the anxiety and tenderness under the narcissism often erroneously...

The intouchables

Reviewer Rating:
4

   Based on a true story this movie is about two men who come from diametrically opposite sides of society. One is a handicapped millionaire called Phillippe who lives in a Parisian mansion with a fleet of servants, the other is an African immigrant called Driss who lives by his...

Tell me again how a crush should feel

by Sara Farizan

Reviewer Rating:
4

Iranian-American Leila has a lot to figure out. Pressure from her parents and their tight knit Persian community tell her to want to be a doctor--but she's horrible at science. She likes girls, but isn't ready to tell anyone yet--it's a good thing there's no one at school to crush...

Skary childrin and the carousel of sorrow

by Katy Towell

Reviewer Rating:
3

For twelve days straight in the twelfth month of the year 1912, the small town of Widowsbury was ravaged by a storm which brought with it all manner of paranormal threats. Now, twelve years later, everyone in the town operates under the rule that, "Known is good! New is bad!" Unfortunately,...

Memory of water

by Emmi Itäranta

Reviewer Rating:
4

A book for fans of dystopias that are thoughtful and measured vs. action packed. Climate change has changed the world, and the Scandinavian Union is experiencing a water shortage and great restrictions from the ruling government of New Qian. We don't learn much about what's happening in the world outside,...

Dear killer

by Katherine Ewell

Reviewer Rating:
3

Only Kit and her mother know that Kit is London's feared "Perfect Killer." At 17, she's been a murderer for hire for years, and lives by the code her mother has taught her: Nothing is right, nothing is wrong. Be careful. Don't be anything but perfect. But Kit's carefully segmented...

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