Monday, April 2, 2012

Latest in Blog Visiting of the Week of March 26-April 1, 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 Mister Mistress, Volume 1 by Rize Shinba which is a silly boy's love manga which haven't read many of but now am interested in reading.
Some manga having to do with science fiction named A, A′ by Moto Hagio. 
Quite happy to mention that Ash reviewed The Girl Who Leapt Through Time directed by Mamoru Hosoda which had peviously reviewed here @ the blog in-depth.
See: An Anime Movie Review: The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2006)

Post visited @ Experiments in Manga-The Week In Manga: March 19-March 25, 2012


2.  Far Beyond Reality blog: Stefan reviews The Curse of the Mistwaith by Janny Wurts.
Who he mentions that would have been even more amazing in fantasy if say Harry Potter and Twilight hadn't come out in the scene. Pretty, great sounding stuff!
Also, he has a giveaway going for The Curse of the Mistwraith or Initiate's Trial , Book Two of The Wars of Light and Shadow, and is also The Curse of the Mistwraith's sequel.

Post visited @ Far Beyond Reality-The Curse of the Mistwraith by Janny Wurts-includes TWO giveawyas!


3.  DubSub-Anime Reviews blog: Michael @ DuSub Anime Reviews gives an interesting full in-depth review of The Cat Returns directed by Hiroyuki Morita.
Recommend checking out!

Post visited @ DubSub-Anime Reviews- The Cat Returns Anime Review 





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 26-April 1, 2012. Only popular posts mentioned below though.]

Reviews


  • Fantasy
Andraste, the daughter of an elfin prince and fairy queen is Fate's Beloved, blessed with an incredible prophecy naming her as the one who can vanquish the Abatu Empire. She has spent her life preparing for the day when she would leave her homeland and fulfill her destiny. That day has come, but there are a few things Andraste doesn't know. Her prophecy is a carefully-constructed lie, and beneath the beauty and civilization of her mother's fairy country, there lie ancient prejudices and secrets. Traitors live within the castle walls, but Andraste can't help but wonder who's worse: the vampire empress conquering the world, or the deceitful fairies she's fighting to save.


A particularly fantastic, fantasy that truly recommend reading!


  • Paranormal 
The conclusion of the paranormal teen series, Wake. Janie is spending her summer with Cabel, but deep down she's panicking about how she's going to survive her future when getting sucked into other people's dreams starts to take its toll.

The conclusion of Gone while good was somewhat sad.
Come read a review.

That's about it for the last week's blog visiting.
Really, thank you 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.24-.

2 comments:

Ash said...

Thanks again for including me in your roundup! I'm glad that you're enjoying Experiments in Manga.

I really liked The Girl Who Leapt Through Time. If you haven't seen Summer Wars yet, I'd recommend it. It's from the same director and quite good.

Cassandra (The Book and Movie Dimension blogger) said...

Hi Ash glad to mention you & the blog.
Found The Girl Who Leapt Through Time awesome too. Summer Wars just checked out on Bing and think will have to check out sometime.
Thanks!

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