Monday, March 26, 2012

Latest in Blog Visiting of the Week of March 19-25, 2012


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The favorite blogs of the week and why their content made them the favorite of the week! 

1.  Experiments in Manga blog:  Ash shares his latest quick takes in the world of manga, anime, and more. Really like the week's takes/reviews. Reviews therein of Dengeki Daisy, Volume 4 by Kyousuke Motomi and Kekkaishi, Omnibus 2 by Yellow Tanabein manga. In anime reviews you'll see a review of Whisper of the Heart directed by Yoshifumi Kondō and more still. Those being the favorites. 
Recommend checking out!

Post visited @ Experiments in Manga- My Week in Manga: March 12-March 18, 2012


2.  Civilian Reader blog: Stefan finally finished reading and he finally got around to reviewing a book by the name of Kingdoms of DustKingdoms of Dust adding to-read and review in the future here @ the blog. His review of Kingdoms of Dust by Amanda Downum is really positive and worth a read. Recommend checking out also. 

Then Stefan has a fun disscussion over why zombies eat brains. 
Why do they? Find out! There are some authors who offer their opinions in the post.


Posts visited @ Civilian Reader- "Kingdom of Dust" by Amanda Downum (Orbit)

and -I Ask You: Why do Zombies need BRAAAINZZZZ?



3. Working For the Mandroid blog: Leslie @ Working For the Mandroid lets us know of her book procurements for review @ the blog.

Post visited @ Working For the Mandroid-In My Mailbox #15: The Jaguar Addams Series, The Magicians, Womanthology & More



Take a Look at the Week's Content @ Book & Movie Dimension a Blog


[For those of you that missed anything for the week of March 19-25, 2012. Only popular posts mentioned below though.]

Reviews

  • Science Fiction-Steampunk
 
Have you been anxiously awaiting the second book in the series then discover thoughts on the second installment in The Steampunk Chronicles. Don't miss out!

Since the 1970s humans have forced supernaturals to live in caged cities. Silver brands embedded in their foreheads identify them by species: a full moon for Vampires, a crescent moon for Shifters, a pair of wings for Fairies, and the list goes on, for each supernatural species has been tagged and categorized by humans. 


Lanore Vesta is marked with a silver X, the brand of Mixbreeds, second-class citizens shunned by society. She stays to herself, revealing her ability to create fire only during emergencies. All she wants to do is graduate college and stop having to steal to survive. But when she stumbles upon a murder in progress, she catches the attention of a supernatural killer. Now all she wants is to stop finding dead bodies in her apartment. 


Enlisting help from her Were-cheetah ex-boyfriend MeShack and a new mysterious friend named Zulu, she is steered through the habitat’s raunchy nightlife. But their presence sometimes proves to be more burden than help, as they fight for her attention. 


While the corpses pile up, and the scent of blood fills the air, Lanore is left wondering: will she find the psycho or die trying?
 

Fire Baptized introduces a new supernatural idea to literature. Humans are aware of the paranormal and brand supernatural beings. Seems like it would make a dangerous world. 

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With The Taker being released finally in paperback. Alma Katsu hopes to get a following in its New paperback release with The Taker having done so well in hardcover.

This is an amazing book you should consider reading. Very gothic and thrilling.
Get a chance to win a Taker Fan pack which includes a book copy of the gorgeous New paperback edition.

That's it for this week! Thanks for reading.

Thanks to Stefan! at  Civilian Reader blog  for the idea to the post creation of Latest in Blog Visiting with his Week In Review posts. See his latest Week In Review (Mar.19-23).


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