Since I started this blog back in September I have been a reading fiend! I’ve really enjoyed getting to post my reviews and interacting with those of you who have commented! It’s been a great start and I can’t wait to keep it up through 2020. You can expect consistent reviews, both spoiler free and spoiler full, as well as book lists, book memes, and the occasional commentary article.
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Enough of that! It’s the end of the year and here are the 5/5 books I’ve read since starting this blog. Click the links to read the full reviews or to buy these wonderful books that I can’t stop recommending!
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The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons: The History of the Human Brain as Revieled by True Stories of Trauma, Madness, and Recovery
Why it’s 5/5: It’s approachable. It’s about a very complex subject and is readable but never condescending.
Read the review: The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons
Junji Ito’s Cat Diary: Yon & Mu
Why it’s 5/5: It’s hilarious. It’s by a horror manga artist about his love/hate relationship with his wife’s cats.
Read the review: Junji Ito’s Cat Diary
Buy it here: Junji Ito’s Cat Diary: Yon & Mu
Dai-Yamori-Kaiju: Pick Your Own Adventure
Why it’s 5/5: It’s intense! A very short choose your own adventure that has real consequences to the choices you make.
Read the review: Dai-Yamori-Kaiju
Buy it here: Dai-Yamori-Kaiju: Pick Your Own Adventure
Daredevil: End of Days
Why it’s 5/5: It’s a solid mystery! It follows my favorite Marvel reporter, Ben Urich, after Daredevil’s death.
Read the spoiler free review: End of Days spoiler free
Read the spoiler full review: End of Days spoilers!
Why it’s 5/5: It’s exciting, sexy, and totally unpredictable! An LGBTQ thriller that will keep you guessing and at the edge of your seat!
Read the spoiler free review: Puppet boy spoiler free
Read the spoiler full review: Puppet boy spoilers!
Buy it here: Puppet Boy
I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer
Why it’s 5/5: It’s both tragic and uplifting. The author died during her search but this one does have justice at the end.
Read the review: I’ll Be Gone in the Dark
Why it’s 5/5: It’s poignant and gorgeous! It’s an alternative history about the Marvel universe with a lot to say and stunning artwork.
Read the spoiler free review: Marvels spoiler free
Read the spoiler full review: Marvels spoilers!
Buy it here: Marvels: The Remastered Edition (Marvels (1))
They Both Die at the End
Why it’s 5/5: It’s heartbreaking! Just look at the title, be prepared to cry but not once regret it.
Read the spoiler free review: They Both Die at the End spoiler free
Read the spoiler full review: They Both Die at the End spoilers!
Buy it here: They Both Die at the End
Why it’s 5/5: It’s intense, funny, and smart! I know you’ve heard about this one, just go read it already!
Read the review: The Martian
Buy it here: The Martian
There you have it, there’s a little bit of everything here so there’s bound to be something you’d love. Comment below with your 5 star recommendations or which ones of these you’d love to read!