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Collects Ultimate X-Men (2001) #1-6. Driven by a dream of peace, Professor X forges his X-Men into a strike force capable of defending the Earth from the evil of Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants. Release Date: June 2002 (graphic novel edition) Publisher: Marvel Comics Format: Kindle || Paperback
It’s Friday the 13th again, and for sixth grade genius Nate Bannister, that means doing three more not-so-smart things to keep life interesting. But he has bigger problems than his own experiments. His nemesis, the Red Death Tea Society, is threatening to unleash a swarm of angry bees on the city of Polt if NateContinue Reading “How To Outsmart A Billion Robot Bees by Paul Tobin”
Welcome back everyone to my monthly recap post! For those of you unfamiliar with my “Hello__” series, at the end of every month, I look back over everything I did during that month, as we say hello to the next month! February was such a quick one, too. I feel like it was only last week thatContinue Reading “Hello March”
The enduring story of the children, the breadcrumb trail and the gingerbread house is brought to life by master storyteller, Neil Gaiman. Who better to retell the Brothers Grimm’s greatest, and perhaps darkest, fairy tale, Hansel and Gretel? Coupled with breathtakingly haunting illustrations from Lorenzo Mattotti, you will be enticed into the world and intoContinue Reading “Hansel and Gretel by Neil Gaiman and Lorenzo Mattotti”
Sister Agatha is a colossal 118 years of age, whose vim and vigour would put the most robust athletes to shame. During a routine check-up, however, her doctor claims she has just a week to live, news that proves to be quite inconvenient, seeing as the beloved sister has one ambition in life: to beContinue Reading “Sister Agatha by Domhnall O' Donoghue”
We’re not just quite into October yet, but I thought better now than never to round-up the month.
In this exciting follow-up to the Dublin UNESCO City of Literature Citywide Read 2016, ‘The Book of Learning’, heroine Ebony Smart is settling into her role as guardian for the Order of Nine Lives. All seems quiet until she receives a peculiar silver box from an anonymous sender and is tasked with returning it toContinue Reading “The Book of Shadows by E. R. Murray”
After three years in juvie, Angela Davis is just a few months shy of release, and she’ll finally be free from the hole that is Brunesfield Correctional Facility. Then Jessica arrives. Only ten years old and under the highest security possible, this girl has to be dangerous, even if no one knows what she didContinue Reading “Burning by Danielle Rollins”
A copy of this book was sent to me by the publisher, O’ Brien Press, in return for a review. This does not in any way change my opinion of the book, or my review.