Manga Review: Slam Dunk V 19 by Takehiko Inoue @shonenjump @vizmedia



May Contain Spoilers

It’s time for the second half of the game against Ryonan! It seems that Shohoku is starting to wake up, thanks to Mistui’s three pointers. Now if only the rest of the guys would show a little spirit. Hanamichi is furious with himself and with Fukuda for getting the best of him. Will he be able to set aside his raging emotions and concentrate on playing the game?

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Reviews by Poo Penny: Magic Triumphs by Ilona Andrews

Review by Poo Penny

May Contain Spoilers

Kate went out with a bang! I am kind of sad we aren’t going to get to read about how this new world is going to be. At least we have some Hugh books to look forward to. I am hoping that maybe Conlan will make a debut in them because I feel like his story was not wrapped up for me.  Read more

Manga Review: A Bride’s Story V 3 & 4 by Kaoru Mori

May Contain Spoilers

In Volumes 3 and 4, the focus of A Bride’s Story shifts to Mr. Smith and the villagers he comes in to contact with on his journey to Ankara. Amir and Karluk make cameo appearances, so we don’t completely lose sight of them. Amir’s family has fallen on hard times because of their failure to steal her back and marry her off to another tribe, and I can’t say I felt too bad for them, even if Amir did.

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Manga Review: Dance in the Vampire Bund V 14 by Nozomu Tamaki


May Contain Spoilers

Welp, I have reached the final volume of Dance in the Vampire Bund. Only it’s not the end. It’s the end of part 1. So if you are looking for an actual conclusion, you need to look elsewhere, because this non-ending was disappointing.

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Manga Review: Limit V 4 by Keiko Suenobu


May Contain Spoilers

There is a murderer among the surviving students, and nobody can figure out who it is! Just when you thought these kids couldn’t go through anything worse than the horrific bus crash that killed their classmates, now they have to deal with the uncertainty of knowing that Usui was killed by one of their number. Tensions boil over as they try to solve the mystery. Who can be trusted?

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Manga Review: Slam Dunk V 18 by Takehiko Inoue @shonenjump @vizmedia


May Contain Spoilers

Oh, no. Things seem to be falling apart for Shohoku faster than the shinkansan barreling down the tracks. Without Coach Anza’s steadying influence, they can’t stay focused and they are not playing to win. Akagi is too busy worrying about his ankle to make the aggressive moves he needs to go one-on-one with Uozumi. Can Koguri get their heads back in the game?

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Manga Review: Slam Dunk V 17 by Takehiko Inoue @shonenjump @vizmedia


May Contain Spoilers

While the Kainan – Ryonan game rages on, Akagi gets an unwelcome emergency phone call. Coach Anzai has collapsed, and he’s been admitted to the hospital! How will Shohoku play their most important game of the year without Anzai’s guidance?

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Reviews by Poo Penny: Iron and Magic by Ilona Andrews

Poo Penny has had a busy summer! She and her hubby welcomed a little bundle of joy into their lives just after moving to their new home in Texas. She hasn’t had a lot of time to read, but she did dive into Iron and Magic, by one of her favorite authors, Ilona Andrews.. Check out her review below!

Review by Poo Penny

May Contain Spoilers

You will want to read this book before Kate 10. I read that somewhere.

Hey! Its been a while, between being a human cafeteria for a newborn, and all the dirty diapers, its really hard to make time to read, let alone write a review. The little guy doesn’t like to sleep for more than 30 minutes during the day.

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