Mini Reviews #2

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 Title: Detective Conan vol. 87

 Author: Aoyama Gosho

 Published: February 17th 2016 by Elex Media Komputindo

 Pages: 192 pages.

 Summary: In the middle of the cherry blossoms, Ran remembered her first meeting with Shinichi at play school. But it turns out , Shinichi having a different perspective of the meeting .The first meeting of Ran and Shinichi , where also to be the case first be solved by Shinichi !

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I love that we get to see how Ran and Shinichi met for the first time! We could see how Shinichi even when he was little he already got that smug attitude going on. Conan Doyle’s book really influenced him so much that he got to solved his first ever case. I hope in the next volume we got to know more about the Black Organization. There’s something fishy about this Kuroda guy.
 I gave it
               4 hearts

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Title: Gotham Academy, Vol. 2: Calamity

Author: Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher, Karl Kerschl (Illustrations), Mingjue Helen Chen (Illustrations), Msassyk (Illustrations)

 Published:  March 16th 2016 by DC Comics

 Pages: 144 pages.

Summary: Olive has received information that her mother might be alive—and now, she and her friends must investigate! Of course werewolves, ghosts, and new student Damian Wayne won’t make it easy!

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Thanks to Publisher who provided me with a digital copy via NetGalley in exchange of an honest review!

This volume definitely way better than the first one. In this volume we learned more  about the connection between Silverlocks and Calamity. We met Damian (holy Batman’s son!) and Red Robin. I ship Maps and Damian SO HARD IDEC!

I also love Pomeline in this volume. She’s one of those people who seems cold and have no heart (like when she delivered those news to Olive!) but actually really care about her friend.

Gotham Academy is such a good start to attracts female readers to get into comics world like I do. Because I grew up never read any DC nor Marvel comics. So I’m glad that DC finally open the door for us female (especially young female reader) into loving and appreciate comic books.

I gave it

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Title: Stepbrother’s Rules

 Author: Renee Rose

 Published:  December 13th 2015 by Romance Beckons

 Pages: 96 pages.

Summary: LuAnn’s had a crush on her older, rebellious stepbrother since the year he lived with them—his last year of high school. Now, four weeks before graduating from Sarah Wharton Women’s College, she’s been kicked out for having boys in her dormitory, and he’s the one who shows up to collect her. With her parents away in Europe, he brings her to his place, because leaving a young woman unchaperoned isn’t done in 1957.

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Thanks to Publisher who provided me with a digital copy via NetGalley in exchange of an honest review!

When I was reading it, I didn’t realized that this book was set in the 50′. That’s why I feel like some of the words really odd. Like when the female character referred to her vagina as sex instead of well…pussy. Also other genitalia parts she called with the different name. Also I understand the way Brad disciplined LuAnn and how submissive she was, given the time this story was told.

This book was OK as a whole. It’s not that icky. I’ve read worse than this. LOL

I gave this book

                             2 hearts

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