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Diary Of A Wimpy Kid # 2 - Rodrick Rules
by Jeff Kinney

Did it just to get points ?????

Diary of a wimpy kid
by Jeff Kinney

A bit to easy but still good

Are you listening?
by Tillie Walden

Trigger Warning: Mention of sexual assault- This follows the story of Bea who is running away from home and ends up running into Lou and together they take a road trip through west Texas trying to return a cat that they found to their owner. one of the main themes in here is a sapphic friendship. Bea ends up falling apart and confiding in Lou about how her cousin sexually assaulted her multiple times and felt guilty for not getting help so she ran away from home. Lou reassures her that she did nothing wrong and didn't deserve to have that happen to her. I enjoy Tillie Walden's work. Sometimes graphic novels are a miss for me because the story may be good but i don't feeling much of anything. This graphic novel on the other hand made my heart ache but also made me smile. There were some funny dialogue exchanged between the characters and all I could do is lough out loud. I am going to continue reading Tillie Walden's published works.

are you listening?
by Tillie Walden

Trigger warning: mention of sexual assault

Locke & Key, Vol. 2: Head Games
by Joe Hill

I really enjoyed this volume! It is told in two parts: the past and present. I had a hard time keeping up with all of the characters from the past and how they are connected. Tyler, Bode, and Kinsey are more than just characters! This was a good time! I am excited to continue the series and see how all of the keys are incorporated. Let the fun continue! The only other thing that bothered me about this volume was the use of homophobic slurs sush as "fag".

The Zone
by Sergei Dovlatov

This was the most confusing book I have read. The author created a character who is also an author from Russia smuggling out his manuscript in small sections by various friends, which are presented in the book in the order that he receives them. I do not recommend this book at all.

Parable Of The Sower
by Octavia E. Butler

This book felt both of the past and very present. The beginning starts out questioning how it would be to live in a collapsing world of our own making and by the end the remaining characters have shown us just how hard it would be to survive. Descriptive writing and very poignant in 2023.

Where The Sidewalk Ends
by Shel Silverstein

Reading this book as an adult and not a child was a different experience. I remember loving this poetry collection as a child. Some of the poems were a shock to read because cannibalism is a slight theme.

Stick Dog
by Tom Watson

Was too young for me

Stick Dog
by Tom Watson

It was too young for me
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