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TheNeverendingTBR

Joined July 2018

Scottish • Husband • Father • Constant Reader https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/93434926-michael-theneverendingtbr
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A Slice of Organic Life by Sheherazade Goldsmith
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Filled with brutal and devastating self-defence techniques for hand-to-hand combat.

It's got photographic demonstrations throughout and lots of combinations.

I'm glad I read it, but it does get repetitive.

⭐️⭐️⭐️☆☆

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Allotment Month by Month | Alan Buckingham
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This is an excellent book. It's got everything you need to know about growing fruit and vegetables, whether it be in your back garden or an allotment.

It goes through the months of the year, letting you know the best things to plant on that month and how to plant and care for it.

It's a reference book, so it's a valuable companion through the year to keep you right and learn new and better ways to plant, care for, and harvest your crops.

Crazeedi You can never have too many of these when you have a garden! 3w
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Bullet Tooth | Grant Wamack
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This is a dark, fast-paced story with well-crafted characters.

The villain, Bullet Tooth, is as nasty as they come.

It's gritty, brutal, and full of gore, so it's certainly not for the squeamish.

The ending felt rushed, but I still had a lot of fun with this one.

Reggie That cover! 3w
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Old Too Soon | Brian Bowyer
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This is a dark, brutal, and violent coming of age story.

It's constructed very well.

The characters are well-developed.

There was a part which was so disturbing for me, I almost DNF, but I'm glad I began the next chapter and completed the book.

Bowyer certainly has a style.

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Another very thought-provoking book from David Icke.

He always manages to go one step further than the previous one. His explanation of the illusion in which we live and that we will face even at the moment of 'death' is spectacular.

Read it with an open mind, and everything will make sense.

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Hi everyone! 🙋‍♂️

Yea, I'm still alive. It's been three months.

I've been in a slump.

Trying to find time for reading between work and family life is tough for me right now.

I'm going to try and get my next review up today, though. I'm almost finished David Icke's new book.

What's been your best read lately?

Jari-chan Don't force yourself, life changes and family is important. You got this 🫂 3mo
eeclayton Glad to see you're okay ? I enjoyed Tess of the d'Urbervilles -- although "enjoy" may not be the best word choice here, because it's a heartbreaking story 3mo
quietlycuriouskate Good to see you here again. My favourite recent read has been this one. 3mo
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AllDebooks Good to see you back. I loved 3mo
TheBookgeekFrau Good to see you! I just finished Mitch Albom's new book and loved it 3mo
Librarybelle Welcome back! 3mo
dabbe Welcome back, and hang in there! 🧡🖤💜 3mo
TieDyeDude I hope the holiday season will bring some joy your way. I really enjoyed the tagged book, a historical fiction graphic novel about the fall of the Knights Templar from the creator of the Prince of Persia video game 3mo
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Behold a Pale Horse | William Cooper
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Written by former US Naval Intelligence Officer Bill Cooper. He unveils the truth about the assassination of JFK, the war on drugs, the Secret Government, and UFOs.

It's probably the most informative book you will ever read.

IndoorDame Awesome cover! 7mo
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Brilliantly researched in all aspects of the technocratic apparatus that's been set up all around us by the elite.

It's very well written, thoroughly eye-opening, and thought-provoking.

Some may dismiss this as tin hat nonsense, but they won‘t be able to argue with the facts and reference material.

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John Lennon: In My Life | Pete Shotton, Nicholas Shaffner
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This is a book complied by one of John Lennon's closest friends, Pete Shotton.

It gives an in-depth insight into the relationship between the two men, from their childhood days, until Lennon's final days in New York.

It follows the known John Lennon/Beatles' story with Shotton's own memories woven in. The included photos are great coming from Pete's personal collection, which probably won't appear elsewhere.

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Today marks 5 years of Litsy! 😀🎈

JessClark78 Happy Litsyversary! 🎊📚🎉 7mo
Jari-chan Congratulations 🎉🥳 7mo
Enchanted_Bibliophile Happy Litsyversary 🎉🎈🥳📚 7mo
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jlhammar Yay! So glad you‘re here! 7mo
julesG Congratulations! 7mo
Librarybelle Happy Litsyversary! 7mo
thegreensofa Yay! 🎉 Happy Litsyversary! 🎈🥳 7mo
mrp27 Happy Litsyversary!! 🎉📚 7mo
eeclayton Happy Litsyversary! 🎉🎉🎉 7mo
IuliaC Happy Litsyversary! 🎉 7mo
youneverarrived 🎉 🎉 7mo
Reggie Happy Litsyversary! 7mo
fredamans Happy Litsyversary! 7mo
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Hotline Miami: Wildlife Vol. 1 | Federico Chemello, Maurizio Furini
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Mehso-so

I loved the artwork in this, but there wasn't much of a story to it, which is unfortunate because there was a lot of potential here.

I'm not going to slaughter it, though, because it was visually pleasing.

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Jones exposes the sinister Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum in this book, and it provides us with an idea of what they really have in store for us. Despite their claims to want a better future for all, it really is a better future for them and digitally controlled imprisonment for the rest of us.

It also highlights how they're manipulating global events, e.g., climate change, covid-19, digital IDs, wars, and more to achieve their aims.

bookishbitch The guy who claimed Sandy Hook was a hoax? Who then caused people to harass the parents of the children, who were MURDERED, because of his radio show? Yeah I'm never going to read anything by him. Thanks. 7mo
The_Book_Ninja @bookishbitch agreed. What a crank 7mo
AlaMich @bookishbitch I know you don‘t live in the US, so maybe you aren‘t familiar with the story. If you aren‘t, please do google Alex Jones and Sandy Hook. He is a despicable human being. (edited) 7mo
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bookishbitch @AlaMich Oh I know he is. I don't think this reader, who is not stateside, knows though. I was trying to point it out with just one example. 7mo
AlaMich @bookishbitch I was agreeing with you. 😉 (edited) 7mo
bookishbitch @alamich Gotcha. It was confusing because you tagged me and not him. 7mo
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The Night Stockers | Kristopher Triana, Ryan Harding
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The characters are brilliant, some likeable, and some despicable.

It's incredibly bloody and gory.

I got "Assault On Precinct 13" vibes from it, it was fun!

If you're a fan of extreme horror, you'll love it.

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If you want a better understanding of how the global food industry works, how it affects our bodies, our environment, and the planet, then go read this book.

It's brilliantly written, and I think there's something important for everyone to learn from it.

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Time Shelter | Georgi Gospodinov
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"?? ?? ??? ??? ?? ??????? ????'? ??????, ?? ?? ???? ????? ?? ????"

This was like nothing I've read before.

It's like essays, short stories, anecdotes, satire, diary & notebook entries all in one.

It's a very interesting read, filled with ideas, mesmerising information, and quotes.

It's the most thought-provoking book I've read in a while.

TheBookgeekFrau Oh, wow! Sounds compelling!! I'm terrified of Alzheimer's bc I always fear: if you don't remember your life, what is it all for? But damn, it never occurred to me to look at it the other way--existing in someone else's memory 🤔 ... Anyhoo, I've so stacked this book! 7mo
TheKidUpstairs I started this one digitally a while ago, but couldn't engage with it. I think it's one I need a physical copy to read, some books just don't work in all formats! 7mo
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This book is a study of the role of surveillance in our society and how it's being used for social control and how our personal and public lives are increasingly on display for governments, merchants, employers, hackers and the merely curious to see.

There's a lot more to it than than, though. It's a detailed and extremely well researched book that's left me more educated on surveillance, in general.

TheBookgeekFrau Sounds fascinating--Stacked! 7mo
Suet624 I feel as if too many people know too much about me! 7mo
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Tamara | Jeffrey Reddick
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This is a fast-paced read about a high-school girl who happens to practice witchcraft.

I felt like it was written like a movie script. It worked, though.

Excellent well-developed characters.

Tamara is a victim of bullying, and I felt sympathy towards her.

She's deceived and ends up tragically killed.

She comes back from the dead to get her revenge, but in the process, innocent people are killed. So I couldn't sympathise with her after that.

mariaku21 I've seen the movie but had no idea there was a book 😲 8mo
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Judge Dredd: End of Days | Rob Williams, Henry Flint, Colin MacNeil
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This wasn't up to the standard of any other Dredd that I've read.

It just misses the mark due to what I believe to be poor, rushed writing, and ridiculous artwork I places, such as the depictions of the Four Horsemen. They just look ridiculous.

I felt like the additional stories at the end of the main story were better.

⭐️⭐️☆☆☆

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Batman: Year One | Frank Miller, David Mazzucchelli
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This is Frank Miller's retelling of the Batman origin story. It's well thought through, and the artwork adds depth to the story.

There's no villains in this one. It's just an introduction to Bruce Wayne and how he became Batman.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️☆

reading.rainb0w I liked this one. Helped me get into the Batman history 8mo
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Trap | David Icke
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1️⃣ I'd say The Trap by David Icke because it's so profound and eye-opening.

2️⃣ 'salems Lot by Stephen King

3️⃣ I'd like to meet Clive Barker. He seems like a really nice guy, and I've heard he really engages with fans.

Thanks for the tag @Ast_Arslan
I tag everyone. 🙋‍♂️
#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

Eggs 🌼💛🌸 8mo
linsperspective23 Hi there and thank you the follow! :)

1. Oh definitely The little prince, wish I had read this book earlier.
2.The little prince again haha or The house in the Cerulean sea, why not both? :)
3. Neil Gaiman and Maggie Stiefvater
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Snow Shark | Brian Berry
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Another very entertaining read by Brian G. Berry.

It's completely crazy but that's what I love about the Snow Shark novels and the author's style.

This particular one brought me enjoyment.

Looking forward to reading more from this author.

thegreensofa That cover! 😆🩶 9mo
thegreensofa I think I want it as a poster🦈🩸 9mo
Twainy I need this book in my life… 9mo
BiblioLitten So cool!! 8mo
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LeahBergen Lovely pic of you two! ❤️ 9mo
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Having a great time in Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿💙😀

AmyG Enjoy! Looks beautiful. 9mo
julesG Perfect weather. 9mo
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Jurassic Park | Michael Crichton
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1️⃣ This coming Monday, me and @LostInSpace are going to my home country, Scotland, for a week, and we'll be going to Loch Lomond where there's a Jurassic Park themed restaurant! 😀

2️⃣ To be able to learn anything instantly, To be able to go back in time and fix things in my life, Proper food/water/shelter for all people of the world

Thanks for the tag @Ast_Arslan

I tag everyone.

DivineDiana Restaurant sounds fun! Enjoy! 🦖 9mo
bthegood I love the idea of going back in time to fix things - but then it leads me to the “butterfly effect“ and who knows what will happen!! Enjoy your trip 🙂 9mo
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Little Black Crimes: Stories | Nathaniel Blackhelm
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These are beautifully written short stories.

The first-person writing is very clever, and I think anyone into psychological horror is going to really enjoy this collection.

The stories themselves are dark and horrific at times.

Not for the fainthearted.

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Toxic Love | Kristopher Triana
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This was an excellent read, I really liked it, and I'd have read it in one sitting if I wasn't so busy.

Mike is a middle-aged crime scene cleaner. His new co-worker is a beautiful young woman who finds blood erotically stimulating. Their joint work leads to increasingly perverted and dangerous situations.

There's various aspects to this story and a recurring theme of sexual deviancy, such as necrophilia.

A must for extreme horror fans!

Anna40 Sounds awful but I like your review 😊 9mo
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The government has swiftly dealt with many a crisis... But can it survive the diabolical ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES! 🍅

This one was light-hearted, cheesy, humorous, and just an all-around fun read.

Highly recommend.

ChaoticMissAdventures I didn't realize this was a Book! The movie was such a delight when I was a kid. 9mo
Twainy I like Strand‘s horror humor … I bought the paperback a couple weeks ago hoping it would be worthwhile … looking forward to adding it to my TBR now. 😁 9mo
Reggie This is gonna be dumb but I watched the movie at my grandma‘s house when I was 3 and didn‘t eat tomatoes for like 20 years. So dumb. Lolol 9mo
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TheNeverendingTBR @Reggie Dumb but understandable. 😜 9mo
TheNeverendingTBR @Twainy Hope you love it! 9mo
TheNeverendingTBR @ChaoticMissAdventures I've not seen it in so long, think I'll rewatch with my son. 😁 9mo
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Supernatural: Nevermore | Keith R.A. DeCandido
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1️⃣ I'm currently doing a rewatch of my favourite TV series, Supernatural. I'm also watching Peaky Blinders for the first time.

2️⃣ The countryside in general, into forests etc. I love it.

3️⃣ Resident Evil 2. I don't game anymore, though.

#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

Eggs Love to be off the beaten path💗 9mo
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And the Devil Cried | Kristopher Triana
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It was an entertaining read, I just couldn't put it down.

It's written so well with excellent characters

The main character in this is a nasty piece of work, and the story is told from his deranged perspective.

Very dark.
Very good.

BiblioLitten Sounds intriguing! It‘s been a while since I have read anything like this. 9mo
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Game of Thrones | George R R Martin
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Throne of Birch

BeeMagical Amazing!! 10mo
Jari-chan Cozy 🤭 10mo
jlhammar Wow, so cool! 10mo
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eeclayton 🤘🤘🤘 10mo
reading.rainb0w Love it 10mo
BookNAround Super cool! 10mo
AllDebooks Oh wow, that is so cool. I want one 😍 10mo
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Shadows of the Empire | Steve Perry
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This is a story set between Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi where Luke, Leia and co are trying to rescue Han from Boba Fett. The story ends when they're about to infiltrate Jabba's palace.

The development of Darth Vader's character in this is especially fantastic, as you get to see more into his mind than you do in the films.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️☆

TieDyeDude May the Fourth be with you! 10mo
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I wouldn't say his poetry was brilliant or anything, but it's intriguing.

The poems in this book are from 1966-1971, and they were unpublished until the release of this book. It's not the best of his work, hence why it was left unpublished by him.

Wilderness lets you see a little more into the mind of one of the greatest songwriters.

Only for die-hard fans.

⭐️⭐️⭐️☆☆

AbstractMonica Need to read 10mo
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Saga Vol. 9 | Brian K. Vaughan
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Amazing storytelling and artwork, as always.

Another good entry in the series.

That cliffhanger at the end, though!

TieDyeDude Gut wrenching! 10mo
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Saga Vol. 8 | Brian K. Vaughan
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I liked the Wild West theme of this volume, but I feel like this one is a weaker volume due to the fact there's not a lot of story covered in it, and it felt slow.

There's still good moments within this volume, but not on par with previous volumes.

It was a quick read before they head on their next adventure, and I'm curious to see what happens next and how relationships develop.

TieDyeDude Agreed. This was my last favorite volume, but the worst stories in Saga are still better than most stories out there 😅 10mo
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This is a compelling read for Resident Evil fans.

It begins with the prehistory and Capcom's beginnings, and it ends somewhere around 2005/2006 time period.

It's basically a detailed examination of the first ten years of the game series.

It was very interesting, and I learned a lot.

I wouldn't even class myself as a gamer, but I'm a huge fan of this series, and Resident Evil 2 is just an absolute masterpiece.

This is a must-read for fans.

5feet.of.fury Oooh neat! 10mo
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Amazing book that tells the horrors suffered by the Native Americans at the hands of the white man.

It's shocking how these indigenous people were trusted, and reading this book was not easy at times, but I think everyone should read it.

Readergrrl If you found this book as important as I did, you may also find the book I tagged below an excellent accompaniment. 10mo
Readergrrl A fictional novel that I think would really be an excellent third is: 10mo
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TheNeverendingTBR @Readergrrl Thanks for the recommendations, Cynthia. They sound interesting, and I'll definitely look into them. 🙂 10mo
Suet624 Heartbreaking book but it was so important when it came out in the ‘70‘s. There weren‘t many books that talked about this subject matter. 10mo
AllDebooks @Readergrrl I started reading this and had to pause due to distressing content. It's a tough but necessary read. I've just heard it's being filmed. 10mo
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Saga Vol. 7 | Brian K. Vaughan
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Another really good instalment, with the ever brilliant dialogue and artwork.

A little slow as far as story progression goes, but the end is one of the most powerful scenes in the series.

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Saga Vol. 6 | Brian K. Vaughan
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Unexpected alliances stand in the way of Marko and Alana, while Hazel gets help from an equally surprising side. How long does the young family have to fight? Meanwhile, an old enemy takes her track again...

This was an exciting volume, incredibly creative and impressively drawn!

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Saga Vol. 5 | Brian K. Vaughan
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This volume pretty much starts off where the previous volume ended.

The tension in the story never once wanes, and the quality of the artwork is superb as usual.

Eager to continue.

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Kill Factor | Brian Bowyer
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This is a tense short novel, I enjoyed the storyline, and the characters were incredibly written with clever dialogue.

Overall, a very well constructed story, the ending was left open for a sequel I felt.

It took me so long to read it because I've been so busy with work! 🙄👎🏼

It's definitely one for the horror fans out there.

TheBookgeekFrau That damn work always getting in the way of reading!!😡 😂 11mo
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Saga, Vol. 4 | Brian K. Vaughan
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This volume was extremely good, my favourite since the first one.

There's a lot of creative ideas and interesting plot twists.

I won't reveal anything about the content because everyone should be able to experience the story for themselves. 4⭐️

CuriousG I love Saga! Every time a new volume comes out I re-read the entire series. Enjoy all the ones to come 😊 11mo
TheNeverendingTBR @CuriousG How many Volumes is there? I have 1-9 and I assumed that was them all? 11mo
CuriousG There are 10 complete volumes out, and I believe volume 11 will be complete and released in October. 11mo
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Saga, Vol. 3 | Brian K. Vaughan
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I don't think much happened in this one compared with the previous volumes, but it was still a good read.

Overall, it's a good story, engaging with awesome artwork. 3⭐️

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Saga, Vol. 2 | Brian K. Vaughan
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This has the same drive as the first volume and was an exceptionally good continuation for the series, but what it did lack was something at the end to propel it to the next level. It just tapered off with no cliffhanger or anything.

It's still a very enjoyable read, though, and the writing and characters are awesome.

I'm excited to see where it's all leading.

ChaoticMissAdventures Fantastic series! 11mo
ju.ca.no Such a great (and heartbreaking) series! 11mo
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It's the greatest novel of all time.

Every time I revisit this novel, it's like seeing old friends, I just love the characters.

Suet624 You make me want to read it again. 11mo
BarkingMadRead This is my absolute fave, I own four copies! 11mo
Twainy It‘s sooo long but you make me want to add it to my TBR 11mo
BookNerd9906 This book has a special place in my heart as it was my first Steven King novel. Have you listened to the audiobook? I listened to it a couple years ago and thoroughly enjoyed it. 11mo
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Saga, Vol. 2 | Brian K. Vaughan
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1️⃣ Joggies and a fluffy jumper

2️⃣ I'm currently reading one book, but I'm planning to make it two soon as I'm going to be starting Saga Vol:2 when I get a minute.

Thanks for the tag @PageShifter 🙋‍♂️

I tag @reading.rainb0w @PunkedRocker56 @Cazxxx

#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! Happy Tuesday! 12mo
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Snow Shark | Brian Berry
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Mehso-so

This one rambled on too much with unnecessary descriptions and information.

I think I know why the author did that though, for filler.

Instead, he should have just written clever dialogue or just made it shorter.

All that stuff aside though, there were some entertaining and gory parts.

The shark was f#cking terrifying, so savage!

Overall, it could have used better editing.

tonymp Awwww. I was hoping someone else would like it as much as I did. I understand your critique, though. I think I liked it because I was pleasantly surprised. For a self-published story just written for the heck of it, the writing was not half bad. The next one in the series, OGRE, is a lot shorter. I think today I'm going to finish off the series. Pulp never tires me! 12mo
TheNeverendingTBR @tonymp It never tires me either, but I only provide honest reviews. 12mo
tonymp @TheNeverendingTBR I'm glad that you do. I also review things honestly. Reviews are subjective and I like different opinions. People, for example, see filler where others see important descriptions for ambience, etc. I didn't see any filler, you did. I think that's cool. For me, sometimes a plot takes place in the 1980s but there's no flavor. Anyway, I'm not disappointed in your opinion. I'm just hopeful someone likes it as I have. (edited) 12mo
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The Stand | Stephen King
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Decided to go for a re-read of my favourite book. 📖❤️

LiseWorks This is on my TBR list 12mo
youneverarrived Love this book too! 12mo
TheNeverendingTBR @youneverarrived I want to recommend this one. 12mo
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TheNeverendingTBR @youneverarrived it's a somewhat similar story and just as biblical 12mo
youneverarrived I‘ll add it to the tbr thanks 😁 12mo
Pikathulhu Beautiful copy, I've never seen that particular cover! 12mo
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Saga, Vol. 1 | Brian K. Vaughan
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The dialogue is occasionally funny, the characters are so original and the plot was also pretty good with twists and turns.

The characters and artwork were on point.

The artwork was beautiful with a whole range of colours used, the characters are three-dimensional and complex.

Looking forward to Vol:2

TieDyeDude I literally read the first 7 volumes in two days; I couldn't stop. It was a bad move because I had to wait months for 8 & 9. 😂 I plan on catching up with new run this weekend. 12mo
TheNeverendingTBR @TieDyeDude I bought the complete box set for the wife, so when she finishes one, I read it. It was a really good buy, it's such rich storytelling with beautiful artwork. 😍 12mo
reading.rainb0w This is one of my favorite comic series. Hope you enjoy! 12mo
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This story occurs in 1962 and depicts the political intrigues between Imperial Japan and Nazi Germany as they rule the partitioned United States.

I love the alternative history concept, it was very interesting. However, I struggled with the writing. I found the style choppy and hard to follow. It also took me a while to work out who was who and who was related to who.

I still found it worth the read though. 3/5☆

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This flows so well, it's just beautifully written and it's one of the best books I've ever read.

Check out my full review if you want:

https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/5367447309?type=review#...

Daisey I completely agree about this being amazingly written! 12mo
TheNeverendingTBR @Daisey It feel contemporary. 12mo
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