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Homestuck, Book 1: Act 1 & Act 2
Homestuck, Book 1: Act 1 & Act 2: Book 1: Act 1 & Act 2 | Andrew Hussie
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A young man stands in his bedroom. It just so happens that he’s about to embark on an adventure involving birthday cakes, magic chests, hammers, arms (detachable and otherwise), harlequins, imps, eccentric architecture, movable home furnishings, bunnies, and a video game that will destroy the world. -- VIZ Media
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Erie
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So, bothering my poor best friend about this is probably going to be my evening tonight. 😅 I have a TBR pile big enough to bury myself in that I really ought to be cutting into instead, but this just came into the library after eons and technically it counts as a book I've never gotten around to reading. I'm genuinely pumped!

CrowCAH Welcome to the Litsy family!!! 📚 1d
Erie @CrowCAH Thank you so much! 1d
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merelybookish
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Yesterday at the behest of my 17 year-old son ("I like your detailed opinions") I started reading the webcomic Homestuck. Both my teens are kind of obsessed with it.
Pretty sure I'm not its target audience. And it's long... My son figures it will take me at least a month to read it! ? But how could I say no?
Wish me luck Littens! Anyone else familiar with this?

Cathythoughts Good luck 👍🏻 1mo
readordierachel Godspeed! 1mo
rretzler I too have a 17 yo son , but he‘s usually suggesting I play some video game or other!🤣 1mo
merelybookish @rretzler yes, he mentioned video games too, but I said that would never happen. 😆 1mo
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AMVP
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Pretty sure I posted this last year too, but I just bought the book, so it seemed apt.

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AMVP
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Was skeptical of getting into the paper-bound Homestuck releases (so much is lost in the jump from the web), but this new Viz publication works in acknowledgement of that issue. Worth checking out for Hussie's annotations alone.