My Hero Academia, Vol. 18 By: Kohei Horikoshi Illustrator: Kohei Horikoshi Translator: Caleb Cook Release Date: April 2, 2019 Publisher: VIZ Media, LLC Series: My Hero Academia Received From: Publisher (All reviews are our own, honest opinions.) Rating:
The seventeenth volume in this widely beloved shonen series draws this last arc to a close and is certain to hit an emotional note with readers. My Hero Academia, Vol. 18 by Kohei Horikoshi and translated from the Japanese by Caleb Cook is another fantastic installment in the series.
The summer months are my favorite time to read horror
novels. Yes, summer. I know it sounds odd. Horror novels aren’t something
usually associated with summertime. Contemporaries and romances are usually the
sort of books that pop up on any given ‘best summer reads’ list.
Here we are again with a short list of fictional podcasts that are perfect for audiobook lovers. These are podcasts that tell a fictional story, most often in a serialized format. Everything I recommend is something I’ve listened to either to completion or am fully caught up with newly released episodes.
The Chancellor and the Citadel By: Maria Capelle Frantz Illustrator: Maria Capelle Frantz Release Date: January 29, 2019 Publisher: Iron Circus Comics Received From: Publisher (All reviews are our own, honest opinions.) Rating:
The Chancellor and the
Citadel is the first graphic novel by cartoonist Maria Capelle Frantz. The
story centers on the Chancellor, a mysterious person with magical powers. They
protect the citadel from the forces that lay beyond. When an angry mob forms
outside, what can she do? Some say that she was the one who led the world to
destruction in the first place. What does that mean for the one place of safety
and hope left.
I Hear the Sunspot: Limit Volume 1 By: Yuki Fumino Translator: Stephen Kohler Release Date: November 21 2018; (original Japanese) July 24, 2018 Publisher: One Peace Books Series: I Hear the Sunspot #3 Rating:
I loved the original book in the I Hear the Sunspot series, so, of course, I read the third book as soon as I could get my hands on a copy. I Hear the Sunspot: Limit Volume 1 by Yuki Fumino and translated by Stephen Kohler is the continued story of Taichi and Kohei. Kohei is a university student with a hearing disability. Taichi has recently left college for the working world, finally figuring out what it is he wants to do. The pair continue to travel on their respective paths as they try to navigate the more than friendship, recently confessed love relationship they’ve build over the previous two books.