So I am a huge fan of the podcast and was SO happy to see that the story was so close (with clear changes to avoid copyright infringement) I am so excited to experience this saga again in this medium.
This was the author's first book and it was written in the nineties. Having said that....
What I Liked
*Strahd's brother Sergey and damsel Tatyana; and
*Ravenloft itself, the best gothic fantasy world out there.
What I Didn't Like
*Inconsequential supporting characters;
*Little to no character development;
*NO TENSION, the greatest sin;
*Jander, a too emo vampire main character 🙄
since I'm trying to tackle some of the older books on my #tbr stack, I also started Pages of Pain, though I'm expecting it to be on the wayside as I work through my book club book. 📚Apparently this is a #dungeonsanddragons spin-off book from the 90's that takes place in the Plainscape which I'm not very familiar with given how off-the-rails my DM's campaign currently is 😅
Day 3 of the #Fallisbooked photo challenge by @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks and @OriginalCyn620
#BlackCat - For today‘s prompt, I went with Guenhwyvar, a black panther and Drizzt‘s loyal companion throughout the “Legend of Drizzt” series.
I‘m tagging @Branwen because she and I actually first met on Goodreads while discussing the tagged book! 😀
I‘m tagging @Meaw_catlady because... CATS! 😺🐱😸
[#GraphicNovelReview] The Adventure Zone: Murder on the Rockport Limited! by Clint, Griffin, Travis, and Justin McElroy. Illustrated by Carey Pietsch. This one was even better than the first (which I also enjoyed)! This is one of the funniest graphic novels I‘ve read. If you‘ve read these I‘d love to talk!