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Doug Wildey's Rio: The Complete Saga by Doug Wildey (2014)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on 7/18/2014 tagged graphic novelwestern
     A former outlaw works in the old west on special assignment for U.S. Grant.

Aron Warner's Pariah Volume 1 by Aron Warner, Philip Gelatt, Brett Weldele (2014)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 7/18/2014 tagged coming of agegraphic novelscience fiction
     The government begins to round up highly intelligent young people who are the result of genetic engineering.

Monsters! & Other Stories by Gustavo Duarte (2014)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 7/18/2014 tagged graphic novelhorrorhumorscience fiction
     Three funny and horrific short stories that will remind you of monster movies and Looney Tunes cartoons.

How to Fake a Moon Landing: exposing the myths of science denial by Darryl Cunningham (2013)
     Reviewed by snow on 7/18/2014 tagged graphic novelscience
     A cartoonist examines seven common scientific fallacies and corrects the record.

Networked: Carabella on the Run by Gerard Jones, Mark Badger (2010)
     Reviewed by wally on 7/18/2014 tagged graphic novelscience fiction
     Socially networked shoes and intelligent hair extensions combine to threaten the world.

A Bag of Marbles by Joseph Joffo, Kris, Vincent Bailly (2013)
     Reviewed by wally on 7/18/2014 tagged coming of agegraphic novelhistorical fiction
     Two Jewish boys in occupied Paris live by their wits during WW II.

Point Your Face at This: Drawings by Demetri Martin (2013)
     Reviewed by darcy on 7/18/2014 tagged comic stripshumor
     Pun-filled cartoons by comedian Demetri Martin.

How the World Was: A California Childhood by Emmanuel Guibert (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 7/18/2014 tagged biographycoming of agegraphic novel
     Emmanuel Guibert’s graphic novel based on his friend Alan Cope’s tales of his California childhood.

Ant Colony by Michael DeForge (2014)
     Reviewed by sarahhunt on 7/18/2014 tagged graphic novel
     The collapse of an ant colony as seen through the stories of ants who don't fit in.

The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith (2014)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by billbarnes on 7/11/2014 tagged mystery
     Cormoran Strike isn’t in a good place to solve a high-profile murder case. Then his new temp changes his life.

Alone Forever: The Singles Collection by Liz Prince (2014)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 7/11/2014 tagged biographygraphic novel
     Autobiographical comics full of awkwardness, crushes, punk music, beards, a cat, friendship, flirting, and more.

Legend: (Drenai Tales Book 1) by David Gemmell (1994)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 7/11/2014 tagged fantasy
     All that stands between the barbarian tribes and the Drenai Empire are the six walls defending a narrow pass.

U2: The Definitive Biography by John Jobling (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 7/11/2014 tagged biography
     A definitive, behind-the-scenes look at the band U2.

Your Fathers, Where Are They? And the Prophets, Do They Live Forever? by Dave Eggers (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 7/11/2014 tagged literary
     Thomas kidnaps and shackles his friend in an abandoned military base so they can talk.

Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon (2009)
     Reviewed by wally on 7/11/2014 tagged literarymystery
     Doc Sportello investigates a plot against his ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend, a real estate mogul.

Rule 34 by Charles Stross (2011)
     Reviewed by dawnrutherford on 7/11/2014 tagged mysteryscience fiction
     A Detective Inspector in Edinburgh notices a pattern of strange deaths caused by household appliances.

The Shattering by Karen Healey, Saskia Maarleveld (2011)
     Reviewed by emilyjones on 7/11/2014 tagged audiobookmystery
     Keri, Janna, and Sione don’t believe their older brothers killed themselves. They think they were murdered.

Skinny by Donna Cooner (2012)
     Reviewed by silver on 7/11/2014 tagged coming of age
     Ever is tired of being treated as if she’s invisible and stupid because she’s overweight. She decides to get surgery.

Hippos Can’t Swim and other fun facts by Lara Lyn DiSiena, Hannah Eliot, Pete Oswald (2014)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 7/4/2014 tagged nonfictionpicture book
     A fun, illustrated book of odd facts about animals we think we already know.

Honor Among Thieves: (Star Wars: Empire and Rebellion) by James S.A. Corey (2014)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 7/4/2014 tagged science fiction
     Just after the Battle of Yavin, Han and Chewie go to the heart of the Empire to retrieve a rebel spy.

The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton (2014)
     Reviewed by diane on 7/4/2014 tagged coming of ageparanormal
     Ava, who has large, elegant wings, longs for a normal life.

You Might Remember Me: The Life and Times of Phil Hartman by Mike Thomas (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 7/4/2014 tagged biography
     A biography of comedian, voice actor, and Saturday Night Live frontman Phil Hartman.

Gaysia: Adventures in the Queer East by Benjamin Law (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 7/4/2014 tagged nonfiction
     A gay Australian travels around Asia to see how gays are viewed and treated in different countries.

Gated by Amy Christine Parker (2013)
     Reviewed by snow on 7/4/2014 tagged coming of age
     After she meets a boy, Lyla begins to question the Community’s belief that outsiders are evil.

Turn Around Bright Eyes: The Rituals of Love and Karaoke by Rob Sheffield (2013)
     Reviewed by emilyreads on 7/4/2014 tagged biography
     Rob Sheffield gets through grief and finds new love through the magic of karaoke.

Crap Cars by Richard Porter (2005)
     Reviewed by darcy on 7/4/2014 tagged coffee table book
     A sarcastic guide to the world’s worst cars.

The Shadow Hero by Gene Luen Yang, Sonny Liew (2014)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on 7/4/2014 tagged graphic novelhistorical fictionsuperhero
     Hank wants to be a grocer in Chinatown like his father, but his mother wants him to be a superhero.

Fatale by Jean-Patrick Manchette, Donald Nicholson-Smith (2011)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by geneambaum on 6/27/2014 tagged literarymystery
     A young woman moves from city to city, finding clients who will pay her to kill.

Shovel Ready by Adam Sternbergh (2014)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 6/27/2014 tagged science fiction
     If you want someone dead, Spademan needs a name and address. But then he sees that his next target is pregnant.

At The Same Moment Around The World by Clotilde Perrin (2014)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 6/27/2014 tagged picture book
     Each two-page spread shows what kids are doing in different time zones around the world at the same moment.

Zac and Mia by A.J. Betts (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 6/27/2014 tagged coming of age
     Two sick teens, a boy with a positive attitude and a combative, secretive girl, strike up a relationship.

The Hippest Trip in America: Soul Train and the Evolution of Culture and Style by Nelson George (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 6/27/2014 tagged nonfiction
     The history of the influential TV show Soul Train and its influence on American culture.

Cheese Belongs To You! by Alexis Deacon, Viviane Schwarz (2013)
     Reviewed by darcy on 6/27/2014 tagged picture book
     According to the law, if there’s cheese it belongs to the rat who finds it. But there are exceptions.

Drew Friedman's Sideshow Freaks by Drew Friedman, K. Bidus (2010)
     Reviewed by sarahhunt on 6/27/2014 tagged coffee table bookhistory
     Color portraits and biographical information on sideshow performers from the 1800s to 1960s.

Bow-Wow Bugs a Bug by Mark Newgarden, Megan Montague Cash (2007)
     Reviewed by dawnrutherford on 6/27/2014 tagged picture book
     A yellow dog follows a bug out the doggie door and down the street.

Drawn to Marvel: Poems from the Comic Books by Bryan D. Dietrich, Marta Ferguson (2014)
     Reviewed by davidtomashek on 6/27/2014 tagged poetrysuperhero
     An anthology of poems about superheroes.

MIND MGMT Volume One: The Manager by Matt Kindt (2013)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 6/20/2014 tagged graphic novelscience fiction
     A true crime writer tries to track down the missing passenger from a flight where everyone suffered amnesia.

Very Far Away From Anywhere Else by Ursula K. Le Guin (2004)
     Reviewed by geneambaum on 6/20/2014 tagged coming of age
     Owen is a loner. Then he meets Natalie, the first person he can talk to.

See How Much You Love Me by Amber Hunt (2014)
     Reviewed by flemtastic on 6/20/2014 tagged coming of agemysterynonfiction
     Teen Tyler Hadley invited his friends to a party at his house. Then he killed his mother and father with a hammer.

Don't Wear Polka-Dot Underwear with White Pants (and other lessons I've learned) by Allison Gutknecht, Stevie Lewis (2013)
     Reviewed by snow on 6/20/2014 tagged chapter book
     Mandy’s siblings annoy her, her parents ignore her, and she isn’t picked for the class Presidential Pageant.

This Is the Story of a Happy Marriage by Ann Patchett (2013)
     Reviewed by emilyreads on 6/20/2014 tagged biographyessays
     Ann Patchett muses on marriage, writing, dogs, and more.

The Light Between Oceans: a novel by M.L. Stedman (2013)
     Reviewed by darcy on 6/20/2014 tagged historical fiction
     A lighthouse keeper and his wife find a baby that washes ashore and raise it as their own.

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart (2014)
     Reviewed by danritchie on 6/20/2014 tagged coming of agemystery
     One summer, Cady awakes on a beach half naked with no memory of how she got there.

Quesadillas by Juan Pablo Villalobos (2013)
     Reviewed by wally on 6/20/2014 tagged coming of age
     Orestes and his family are so poor they measure their lives by how many quesadillas they can eat each day.

The Webcomics handbook by Brad Guigar (2014)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by billbarnes on 6/20/2014 tagged artcomic stripsnonfiction
     How to make your own webcomic, from writing and drawing to technical details to making money.

Why We Get Fat: And What To Do About It by Gary Taubes (2011)
     Reviewed in the form of a comic strip by billbarnes on 6/13/2014 tagged nonfiction
     The conventional wisdom on weight loss is not supported by science or history. Here’s what is.

Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Critic in Disguise by Ruth Reichl (2006)
     Reviewed by darcy on 6/13/2014 tagged biography
     Restaurant critic Ruth Reichl had to employ disguises to remain anonymous when she was eating out.

Jelly Shot Test Kitchen: Jell-ing Classic Cocktails--One Drink At A Time by Michelle Palm (2011)
     Reviewed by darcy on 6/13/2014 tagged cookbook
     How to make jelly shot cocktails featuring gourmet ingredients.

The Chinese Takeout Cookbook: Quick and Easy Dishes to Prepare at Home by Diana Kuan (2012)
     Reviewed by sarahhunt on 6/13/2014 tagged cookbook
     Recipes for food found in American Chinese restaurants.

The American Craft Beer Cookbook by John Holl (2013)
     Reviewed by danritchie on 6/13/2014 tagged cookbook
     An eclectic collection of recipes from craft brew pub across the country.

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