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Mt TBR report: October 2016

  Oh boy. October was a pretty good month for reading. It also involved a flood of acquisitions: some Aurealis entries, some gifts, some acquisitions from Conflux, some loans and some just because I had to have them. So usual story (well, except for the gifts), just slightly higher numbers. My #ReadMyOwnDamnBooks stats continue to slip. My goal […]

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Review: Saga, Volume 4

Published: December 2014 by Image Comics Format reviewed: Paperback, 152 pages Series: Saga #4 Genres: Science fantasy, space opera, speculative fiction, graphic novel Source: On loan from friends Available: Abbey’s ~ Amazon ~ Book Depository ~ Booktopia ~ Dymocks Disclaimer: This review contains spoilers for previous volumes. SAGA is the sweeping tale of one young family fighting to […]

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Review: Saga, Volume 3

Published: March 2014 by Image Comics Format reviewed: Paperback, 144 pages Series: Saga #3 Genres: Science fantasy, space opera, speculative fiction, graphic novel Source: On loan from friends Available: Abbey’s ~ Amazon ~ Book Depository ~ Booktopia ~ Dymocks Disclaimer: This review contains spoilers for previous volumes. From the Hugo Award-winning duo of Brian K. Vaughan (The Private […]

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Review: Saga, Volume 2

Published: July 2013 by Image Comics Format reviewed: Paperback, 144 pages Series: Saga #2 Genres: Science fantasy, space opera, speculative fiction, graphic novel Source: On loan from friends Disclaimer: Some spoilers for Volume 1 Aside from a brief detour at the beginning–which manages to be an effective recap as well as supplying some new and necessary […]

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Review: Saga, Volume One

Published: 2012 by Image Comics Format reviewed: Paperback, 160 pages Series: Saga #1 Genres: Science fantasy, space opera, speculative fiction, graphic novel Source: On loan from friends Two soldiers from opposing sides of a galactic war fall in love, desert their respective armies and have a baby together. Naturally, their commanders are less than impressed […]

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