For He Can Creep By:
July 10, 2019
Recently released on Tor.com is a short story worth being shouted about from the rooftops. For He Can Creep by Siobhan Carroll, who’s other short fiction can be found in many anthologies, can be read in its entirety for free on Tor.com. The tale is a short story set in an asylum in the 1700s told from the point of view of Jeoffry, the cat of a poet who was committed to the asylum some time before.
Mizuki Yoda Translator:
Christine Dashiell Release Date:
Dec 10, 2018 to Apr 27, 2019
Many manga come and go from the pages of Shonen Jump magazine. Some have decades long runs and become foundation works within the genre. Others find themselves canceled rather unceremoniously. At only 19 chapters, ne0;lation written by Tomohide Hirao and art by Mizuki Yoda is a manga that, I believe, was canceled too soon. What few reviews I’ve found on this newer addition to Shonen Jump rate it rather mediocrely – a manga that wasn’t terrible but didn’t keep their attention either.
The N.E.W.T.s Readathon is here once again. The goal of this readathon is more or less the same as last year. The prompts you read books for are based off of whatever prompts you completed in the last round of the O.W.L.s Readathon. (Or, if your me, what you read last month.)
Fence, Vol. 1 By:
Johanna the Mad (illustrations); Joana LaFuente (colorist); Jim Campbell (lettering) Release Date:
July 31, 2018
Fence #1 Rating:
Fence, Vol. 1 by C.S. Pacat, Johanna the Mad, Joana LaFuente, and Jim Campbell is a graphic novel for young adults. The first volume collects issues 1 through 4 into a full color collection.
I am a bit late on this TBR considering the Reading Rush readathon has already started, but I wanted to share what I’ll be reading over the course of the next week. Reading Rush is an annual readathon hosted by BookTubers Ariel Bissett and Raeleen Lemay. The readathon was begun in 2013 under the name “BookTubeAThon,” but changed names this year.