Strange Fruit, Vol 1 : Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History by Joel C. Gill (Graphic Novel Review)

Graphic Novel | Non-fiction • 'Strange Fruit, Volume I' is a collection of stories from African American history that exemplifies success in the face of great adversity. This unique graphic anthology offers historical and cultural commentary on nine uncelebrated heroes whose stories are not often found in history books. Among the stories included are: Henry "Box" Brown, who escaped from slavery by mailing himself to Philadelphia...

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Strange Fruit Vol.2 by Joel Christian Gill (Graphic Novel Review)

Graphic Novel • Like all legends, people fade away, but not before leaving an incredible legacy. Each of the eight illustrated chapters chronicles an uncelebrated African American hero or event...

Summer TBR Wipeout: Update Post #2

If you want to know how fast time flies just join a challenge. Summer TBR Challenge 2018 Previous Posts: Intro post Update Post #1 What have I read? I did pretty good this week! If you've noticed I did some reading outside of my list(mood-reader here :P). And I've rediscovered my love for contemporary fiction! I've... Continue Reading →

Summer TBR Wipeout: Update Post #1

Oh man, the 1st week of this summer TBR challenge is already up! Whattttt. Where has the time gone?? Head on over to my intro post if you missed me telling you guys my entire TBR list for said challenge. What have I read? I haven't done as much reading as I wanted(had some immigration... Continue Reading →

Lady Mechanika: The Tablet of Destinies, Vol. 2 (Graphic Novel Review)

Set in a fictionalized steampunk Victorian England, a time when magic and superstition clashed with new scientific discoveries and inventions, Lady Mechanika chronicles a young woman's obsessive search for her identity after a mad scientist's horrific experiments left her with mechanical limbs and no memory of her past...

Archer Coe and The Thousand Natural Shocks (Graphic Novel Review)

Archer Coe is a performing hypnotist with the stage name “The Mind’s Arrow.” When his nightly shows are over, he moonlights as a special consultant for the rich and powerful. His latest client is a woman who claims to know him but whom he swears he’s never met. Things take a strange turn...

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