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- The Sacred Blacksmith Vol. 10 – And the series is over! Overall it was okay, but these last two volumes were great. I think honest if they had focused on story in the first 8 volumes instead of fanservice panels they could have really fleshed out the ending a lot better.
- Sweet Tooth Vol. 1: Out of the Deep Woods – While I don’t like the art style I do like the story. It follows a hybrid boy named Gus as he ventures out into the post-apocalyptic world despite his father’s warnings. It’s an odd sort of story but it is kind of endearing as well, despite being so sad at times.
- Battlefront: Twilight Company by Alexander Freed – Ugh. I started a buddy read with a Listy friend to get through some of the Star Wars books that we have fallen behind on, and this was our first one. Such a freaking bore. I honestly barely remember it. The writing was pretty good, but the story just isn’t there.
- Star Force: Lost Destiny by Aer-Ki Jyr – I am starved for sci-fi right now so I picked a title I have for a little while. I got it solely because of the narrator Kristen James, who I try to support as much as I can, but it’s been pretty good so far.
- Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine – This another buddy read on Litsy. I wasn’t going to join in but the idea of a world where the Library of Alexandria survived and as a result libraries have become some of the most powerful institutions around is just too good to pass up.