Book Review — Rat Queens Volume 2 by Kurtis J. Wiebe

In the second volume of Rat Queens, Hannah, Dee, Violet & Betty get roped in by Mayor Kane to kill certain troublesome creatures, mushroom people, to be precise. Even though Bernadette is absconding, they are assured that she will be captured and will serve her punishment. Whereas, Sawyer who has been looking for Bernadette, encounters troublesContinue reading “Book Review — Rat Queens Volume 2 by Kurtis J. Wiebe”

Book Review — Rat Queens Volume 1 by Kurtis J. Wiebe

Rat Queens is a graphic novel that follows a group of four fierce women – Hannah, Dee, Violet and Betty – who work as mercenaries to earn their living. In a kingdom filled with several adventuring troops, the Queens feel that they aren’t treated fairly. So when an assassin is hired to kill the Queens,Continue reading “Book Review — Rat Queens Volume 1 by Kurtis J. Wiebe”

Book Review — Alex + Ada Volume 3 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn

The third and the final volume of Alex + Ada starts off on a happy note. Alex’s close friends have accepted Ada for who she is, their relationship is continuing smoothly and Ada seems to have befriended some good people at the forum. But little do they know, that it was just the calm before theContinue reading “Book Review — Alex + Ada Volume 3 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn”

Book Review — Alex + Ada Volume 2 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn

The second volume of Alex + Ada picks up after Ada has been made sentient. Now that they’ve crossed over to dangerous territories, they must always watch their backs lest the government authorities catch them. For a while, life seems to be going at a steady pace. But then neighbors begin to notice Ada andContinue reading “Book Review — Alex + Ada Volume 2 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn”

Book Review — Paper Towns by John Green

Thank you Bloomsbury India for sending me a copy of this book for review 🙂  Paper Towns starts off as your typical high school story, complete with parties and prom, dating troubles and unrequited love. Quentin Jacobsen has always loved Margo Roth Spiegelman, his childhood friend who grew distant after high school politics got in the way.Continue reading “Book Review — Paper Towns by John Green”