This digital copy of I.D. by Emma Rios was courtesy of NetGalley. Stars: 3/5 tl:dr: Interesting concept but could have been better executed. The description of this graphic novel is interesting, particularly when gender dysphoria is gaining recognition, technology is close to perfecting full body transplants, and society is grappling with the ethics of it. Here’s the official blurb: A dystopian tale that analyzes the conflict between perception and identity
This digital copy of Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn was courtesy of NetGalley. Stars: 5/5 tl:dr: Adorable reporter cats! How could I have NOT heard of this webcomic before?? I don’t live with cats, but I’m somewhat familiar with them because I have many friends who are cat slaves, and I used to work at the local animal shelter. Georgia Dunn’s cast of three cats – Lupin, Puck and
I acquired this digital copy of Dirty Pretty Things by Michael Faudet via NetGalley. Stars: 2/5 tl;dr: Read this book if you “don’t like, don’t read” poetry. For some reason, I was disproportionately excited about finally getting a copy of Faudet’s poetry book. Perhaps it’s because I’ve read and liked Lang Leav’s Love & Misadventure, and because the nature of their relationship resulted in the expected cross-promotion on my newsfeed.
Disclaimer: Zalora Malaysia approached me to highlight their G-Shock mini site. Confession time: I have not worn a watch since I left secondary school in 1994. It would take too long to explain why I stopped and it’s never been a hugely crucial thing to own a watch since. I’ve met people who collect watches and celebrities who were paid to endorse them along the lines of how it’s an
“I don’t think it’s fair that She offloaded this reviewing gig to us,” Sparky complained. Enigma was scrolling through the eBook, paw on the track pad. “How ARE we supposed to review this? It’s not even the kind of book you have to read from front to back.” Sparky peered at the screen with his beady little eyes. “1,000 Creative Writing Prompts: Ideas for Blogs, Scripts, Stories and More, by Bryan