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  • unisonsigh
    17.09.2021 - 1 day ago

    Boruto sasuke is quite possibly the most unglamorous character I can think of 😐 I love him but this is embarrassing

    #types #teen sasuke would bully him #everytime i see smth from that novel it terrorises me…. #he doesnt remember his home address 😐
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  • ahb-writes
    17.09.2021 - 1 day ago

    Book Review: ‘Adachi and Shimamura’ #4

    Adachi and Shimamura (Light Novel) Vol. 4 by Hitoma Iruma My rating: 2 of 5 stars A clumsy romance is an ineffective one. In the fourth volume, readers are pressed, again, to submerge themselves into a counter-courtship by which the two lead characters are only so-so invested in their own happiness. Shimamura has fully crested the hill of maturity but only casually seeks to answer, for herself, what the future holds. Adachi helms responsibility for her emotional turmoil but only takes charge in pathetic fits and starts. ADACHI AND SHIMAMURA #4 is another slow, uneventful slog. However much this novel series mirrors the silent, penitent travails of young love, it doesn't make for a very interesting, digestible drama. Real teenagers do indeed fret internally over every little change in their social environment. Real teenagers do indeed scold themselves for every success as they do for every failure. And presumed real romance for real teenagers is likewise a mixture of scintillating flashes of arousal and slow-burning prickles of nameless attraction. The problem for ADACHI AND SHIMAMURA #4, however, is that when these facets are abruptly lined up, one after the other, young adult romance is thus shown to be exceedingly accidental, ordinary, and undemanding. Spring arrives for the girls, and along with spring comes the new school year. The girls are second-year students. Shimamura blends into the hustle and bustle and quickly acquires for herself a nondescript home of sorts. Her blasé personality lends itself to being easily absorbed into teen conversational and group dynamics on a whim. Adachi, on the other hand, is a constant rollercoaster: one day she's flying high, blushing for admitting her given name is Sakura, the next day, she's skipping class because she's too jealous of her classmate's innate sociability. Adachi's jealousy is the running focus of the novel. It's an interesting choice, because highly introverted characters also tend to be highly covetous. However, as readers likely already know, Adachi has never been a particularly good point-of-view character for this novel series. The girl behaves like a stray child, constantly seeking attention or approval, constantly annoying others with her dithering and indecision, and constantly misdiagnosing her personal failures as the misgivings of others. Adachi is cute. But one can only read so many scenes, chapters, whole books even, about an overly tense and woeful girl who vacillates between paralyzing self-pity and profound bravery at a moment's notice. Plainly, things would be a whole lot more interesting if these girls were in an actual relationship. This is the largest problem with ADACHI AND SHIMAMURA #4, if not the whole novel series. Because after four novels, the incessant hemming and hawing and dancing and dawdling grows irrefutably boring. The path to romance may not be tidy or swift in the real world, but in chunks of 250 pages of agonizingly weak character dynamics, all of the intersecting humor, drama, and newness of it all fades all too quickly.

    Light-Novel Reviews || ahb writes on Good Reads

    #adachi and shimamura #review#fiction#light novel#hiroma iruma#molly lee#november 2020 #seven seas entertainment #akira hino#taeko nagafuji#hougetsu shimamura#sakura adachi #2 of 5 stars #lgbtqia characters#lgbtqia books #travails of young love #blushing for admitting her given name is sakura #writeblr #teen conversational and group dynamics #ordinary#accidental#undemanding#goodreads #never been a particularly good pov character #girl who vacillates #agonizingly weak character dynamics #fades all too quickly
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  • writingzawn
    14.09.2021 - 4 days ago

    Differences Between Genre Fiction and Literary Fiction

    following my post on tips for writing literary fiction, here's a quick outline of the differences between genre fiction and literary fiction // @writingzawn on instagram




    Most literary critics divide fiction into two categories: genre fiction and literary fiction. Literary fiction is sometimes called 'serious' fiction and is seen by some people as more 'high-brow' and superior to commercial fiction. But this isn't the case. It's simply different, with a different purpose and a different role within literature as a whole. Both are worth reading and writing, and are valid forms of art and expression. Also, many books bridge the gap and could be seen to fall into both categories - The Song of Achilles is often considered an example of this kind.

    1. Content

    a) Characteristics

    Genre novels tend to adhere to commonly used formulas for plot and character arcs; make use of the literal with fewer hidden meanings/symbols/allegories and - if there is symbolism - it's typically easily understood; make use of tropes and clichés; and tend to fit specific genres such as horror, thriller or fantasy. In contrast, literary fiction tends to be character-focused; follow non-conventional plot structures; contain embedded symbolism/allegory; have more of an emphasis on the exploration of larger philosophical themes regarding the human condition; and have a more poetic writing style.

    b) Emphasis

    Essentially, it's a difference of emphasis: where genre fiction novels focus on the thrill of the plot, literary fiction novels emphasise the internal lives of the characters and transcend the plotline to explore more abstract ideas. Literary fans enjoy those 'slower bits' in between scenes when what makes the characters tick can be explored. I think the difference can be summed up as this: genre fiction is generally read for escapism, fun, tension, to experience life from someone else's perspective, whereas literary fiction is read with the aims of learning something from the book about the human condition and the world at large.

    c) Audience

    Literary novels generally sell in fewer quantities than genre or mainstream novels - so publishers are less likely to take a gamble on them.

    2. They look different

    a) Covers

    Once published, the differences continue. Genre novels tend to have more eye-catching covers - castles, dragons and princesses on the fantasy books, dripping blood on the horror novels - whereas the covers of literary novels tend to be subtler, more 'arty'. They sometimes have stickers on the cover saying that the book was short-listed for the Booker Prize or something similar.

    b) Formats

    They also come in different formats. Genre fiction usually comes in the mass-market paperback format (you need to be well-known to get published in the hardback first). Literary fiction typically appears in the hardback first or as a 'trade paperback' which is the same size as a hardcover book but with a soft cover (and then in standard paperback one year later). Of course, this isn't always the case and indie authors are free to choose whichever format they prefer.

    c) Titles

    Commercial fiction novels often have more direct titles that encapsulate what the novel is concretely about. For example, The Hunger Games is about exactly as it says: The Hunger Games. In contrast, literary novels are usually more 'offbeat', less clear in what they're about, and often used to subtly clarify the central idea the book goes on to explore eg White Teeth by Zadie Smith or Instances of the Number 3 by Salley Vickers.

    d) Where they're found

    Genre fiction novels each have an area of shelfing inside bookstores all to itself (one area for sci-fi, one area for thrillers). On the other hand, literary fiction appears in the 'General A-Z' section, alongside more mainstream books.


    Literary fiction and genre fiction are the two categories books are divided into by academics, publishers and critics. Literary fiction is studied in universities and receives careful criticism in journals, whereas genre fiction is more 'mainstream' and sells in greater numbers. Both are valid and worthwhile - the main difference lies in the areas they emphasise. Literary novels are usually slower-paced, with deeper meanings, and a focus on the characters and how the plot affects them internally, whereas commercial fiction contains fewer symbols/allegories, is more direct, and has a greater focus on drama created by plot. Genre fiction still contains themes, but these are generally added to a plot sculpted for drama, whereas the plot of literary fiction is usually created mainly to communicate the central idea.

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  • void--shouting
    11.09.2021 - 1 week ago

    Episode List

    A summary of the episodes waiting on the pages of my book “Mystic & Magic of Shadow Lake”.

    Ep.1: Pilot - There is a hidden world parallel to our own, and the divide is crossed when vampires look to drain a high school dry, but who is this fifteen year old who dares to stand in their way?

    Ep.2: Don Quixote - An old man finds youthful strength and stamina when wearing a magical medallion, that is also driving him mad. When he sets his sights upon Raven Rose, it becomes a race against time to save her before the old man makes her his “perfect bride”.

    Ep.3: Short Fuse - Blowing up in anger takes on new meaning when a student finds she literally explodes with energy whenever she’s overloading with anxiety. She might not want to hurt anyone at first, but will that change with the right target in sight?

    Ep.4: Time Warp - Aaron, Raven, Ace, and Judy go on a field trip from their current time to the year 2005. No Tardis, or DeLorean at hand, the friends must discover another way home before time erases them from existence.

    Ep.5: Fiend - Supplied with pills that pull people into addiction, a high school senior gets locked into dependence on a drug whose side effects involve fire breathing. Who is this senior willing to burn in order to get more of his fix?

    Ep.6: Stutter - You can’t repeat the past, but a down on his luck man is willing to put that theory to the test, no matter who he has to kill to do so. Armed with teeth that can turn concrete into sand, he will win back his ex one way or another.

    Ep.7: Pressure - Rule one of dealing with witches, never piss them off. A rule that had been broken, and now the local witch has setup a magically trapped maze to toy with her teenage enemy. Adding more fuel to the fire, the witch upped the stakes by placing Judy in direct danger.

    Ep.8: Vampire - When she needed her most, Raven’s best friend returned to school. This return hasn’t come toothless, in fact it’s sporting razor sharp fangs. In the end, will Raven be able to help her friend, or will she have to lose her?

    Ep.9: Evil Angel - Warnings are told from a spirit of what’s to come. A demon will be summoned by the witch, but how it plays out is up to the choices of our heroes.

    Ep.10: Prospero - Possessed by a wicked demon, the witch’s power is used in tandem with the demons to reign hell upon the town without mercy. If the demon is to be gotten rid of, it’ll take a major sacrifice, one which there may be no return from.

    If you’re at all interested, then please read the book. Link is just below.


    #ya#ya novel#urban fantasy#episodes#series#twilight saga #the vampire diaries #city of bones #teen wolf #the chilling adventures of sabrina
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  • strangepurson
    10.09.2021 - 1 week ago

    i fuckin hate love so much and also i love it its pretty cool but also its annoying and epic ykno

    #these are the type of things id write in my teen romance novel #anyways #im gay and emotional #whyyyy did the universe force me to have anxity whyyyy did the universe force me with lack of self confidence #random thoughts
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  • kennnnnnna
    10.09.2021 - 1 week ago

    different libraries having different qualifications for what differentiates a teen book from a children's book is why I have trust issues

    #like Percy Jackson is listed as a teen or ya novel for most libraries #but then there's those few libraries that listed as a children's book #and I'm not saying in any way that these classifications are the end all be all for who should be reading what books #but when I want to formulate an argument against Karens who say that a book is not appropriate because it's listed as a children's book #when it is actually listed as a teen or ya novel at most libraries #it brings my evidence into question
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  • the-worlds-between-pages
    10.09.2021 - 1 week ago

    Beast Boy loves Raven story by: Kami Garcia Art by: Gabriel Picolo

    Beast Boy loves Raven story by: Kami Garcia Art by: Gabriel Picolo

    I’ve said it in a different graphic novel. I grew up on DC, was taught to read with Batman. So whenever the opportunity to get anything DC related crosses my path, I jump on it. I haven’t been disappointed and this? This goes into the success pile. Beast Boy and Raven have done the relationship dance as long as I can remember. Will they, won’t they? He counters her rough, cold, scared demenor,…

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  • fantasywhoree
    09.09.2021 - 1 week ago

    Ugly love - Colleen Hoover

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  • goldendiie
    09.09.2021 - 1 week ago

    something that i wish i had paid more attention to in third blink is homophobia in its relation to the law. i was doing a little bit of reading on it this morning, and i was completely wrong that new mexico decriminalized homosexuality by 1967; this actually didn’t happen until the 1970s. in that light, it would’ve made a lot more sense for sheriff to have a character arc where he knew he should have arrested them, but he didn’t because they’re his friends. and, it would have made the “hiding it” thing a much bigger part of the story, because there are legitimate stakes beyond simple pride and fear.

    since i’m talking about it, i think liberty (the novel version of it that i’m trying to write) will be a whole lot heavier than the original version. i know so much more about the history and the time period now than i did three years ago, and reality was a lot darker than i portrayed it to be.

    #growth is turning your teen novel vibes fanfiction into an adult historical fiction
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  • thehonestreader
    08.09.2021 - 1 week ago

    Avatar: The Last Airbender - Imbalance by Faith Erin Hicks, Peter Wartman, Bryan Konietzko, Michael Dante DiMartino

    Rating: B+

    Aang and the gang have returned to Cranefish Town so Toph can check in on her father’s business. They had planned to only stay a few days, but those plans are derailed when they see how drastically things have changed in the time they’ve been gone. The tiny town they knew has now exploded into a bustling city that’s growing at a rapid rate. And within that new city, a feud is brewing between benders and non-benders, one that has escalated into open hostility and violence. As the Avatar, Aang knows that it’s his duty to try and find peace between these people. Yet when one side sees the other as inferior, is peace even a possibility?


    I’ll be the first to admit that I was feeling a bit apprehensive when I found out that Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru were leaving this series. I had been pretty happy with their work in the beginning, but as things progressed the storylines got less interesting to me. I really didn’t like the last three books they worked on all that much, and while I was sad to see them go, I was also looking forward to what a new team could bring to the table.

    Now, this may be a controversial statement, but I actually prefer Peter Wartman’s illustration to those of Gurihiru. Don’t get me wrong, at the time Gurihiru’s illustrations worked really well. They were very similar to the show and that drew me to them. But these character are ageing as these stories progress, with maybe three or four years passing since the time at the end of the show, and Wartman’s style gives the characters an older appearance. I don’t know if it was intentional or not, but I liked seeing them this way.

    The story itself is fine. These comics are acting as a bridge between the original series and Korra, where this volume is setting up Amon and the Equalist movement that we see in season one. This is much like North and South, showing how the conflicts that will arise in the future with Korra got their start in Aang’s time. This volume tackles the topics of caste systems and eugenics, and I’m glad to see that even in the comics the Avatar team is not shying away from subjects like this. However, much like North and South, I find the “solutions” to these problems to be unsatisfying. I know that this is a series aimed at kids and they’re not going to do a deep dive and study on the issues, but I wish is went beyond “bad guys go to jail, everything’s better.” This deeper problem is hinted at at the end of this volume, which is something.

    I don’t know if there are other graphic novels in the works, but I’ll definitely be reading them if there are.

    -Review by C.M.

    #avatar #avatar: the last airbender #Avatar The Last Airbender #imbalance #faith erin hicks #peter wartman#bryan konietzko #michael dante dimartino #dark horse comics #graphic novel#comic#comics#fiction#b#book review#ya#young adult#teen
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  • miraicomicfan
    06.09.2021 - 1 week ago
    Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru
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  • miraicomicfan
    06.09.2021 - 1 week ago
    Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru
    #yahari ore no seishun love comedy wa machigatteiru #my teen romantic comedy snafu #oregairu#anime#anime art#official art#light novel#ponkan8#yukino yukinoshita#yui yuigahama
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  • miraicomicfan
    06.09.2021 - 1 week ago
    Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru

    #yahari ore no seishun love comedy wa machigatteiru #my teen romantic comedy snafu #oregairu#ponkan8#anime#anime art#light novel#official art#yukino yukinoshita
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  • miraicomicfan
    06.09.2021 - 1 week ago
    Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru
    #Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru #my teen romantic comedy snafu #oregairu#ponkan8#official art#anime#anime art#light novel#yui yuigahama
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  • lovepatrolalpha13
    04.09.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    I looked at the reading list for No Man’s Land & my brain just went “hell no” so I decided to read Shadow of the Batgirl first

    So now I love Cass & I’m ready to be terribly disappointed by the source material

    #cassandra cain #although i am curious #to see her in a more teen/adult oriented genre #instead of the more middle grade format #shadow of the batgirl was written in #nothing against middle grade comics #but i wanna see how they handled her history as an assassin #back in the day in main continuity #also i think she was aged down a little in the graphic novel? #so i wanna see how she handles things #as someone that’s a little older
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  • ramblingeekette
    03.09.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    Tumblr please let me reblog your terrible ads especially when it's for some A/B/O story that has Dylan O'Brien's face badly photoshopped into said ad as the Alpha Wolf like it's some weird unintentional Teen Wolf AU


    #personal #im cackling like who did this #im gonna pretend someone did this to an actual bad romance novel in teen wolf #and that much to the delight of Scott he stumbles across it and buys it to show Stiles #DUDE THEY STOLE YOUR FACE 😀 #Stiles is flabbergasted but also like IM THE APLHA NOW #Derek is just doing That Stare because he doesnt know how to react
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  • cioccolatovaniglia
    02.09.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    My little flower starting to bloom after I put my work out here. So, following up my earlier post, here it is. Just something small from my first chapter. Can’t wait to know what y’all think about it. 😊 Qn: Does it give any historical fiction vibe? 

    // Almost twenty minutes into the search and they had found nothing yet. “I don’t think it’s here. But…” he hesitated. Jade could tell that he was contemplating whether to tell her or not. She humbly waited for him to continue which he did. “There’s another library in the castle. Am going to take you there but you shall not dare say a word about it to anyone.”

    “Okay. As long as I find the book and am done with this. You can only imagine the kind of report father asked me to make.” Nathan led her through the corridors, downstairs and then opposite the inner palace prisons.

    “Don’t even say it.” He replied with a slight chuckle that bounced off the cold stone walls. There was barely any light in that part of the castle. Some torches were on either side of the walls as they walked through a slightly wide passage. Soon, they had reached double wooden doors on the right. Nathan opened them to reveal a reading space with the shelves lined up on the right and left walls. Small rectangular windows on the back wall opposite the door. A candle chandelier dimly lit the room from the above.

    “When did you find this? And why is it hidden?” Jade said as she passed her slender fingers over some books. The surfaces dusty and cold. “I found it not so long ago. I come here sometimes to be on my own.” Jade was already looking through some books while blowing the dust off them. Wondering how long those books had been down there the whole time.

    Just then, a certain emerald green book caught her eye. Looking out of place from the other darker books. She pulled it out and noticed the reddish colour of words. She blew off a layer of dust revealing crimson block letters spelling ‘VALLANDAR’ at the bottom of the front cover.

    The Lands of Vallandar, a neighbouring kingdom with a fierce king. King Arthur II, a very well-known adversary of her father. She only heard slight stories from different people around the palace and elderly of the lands. When she asked her mother, Queen Julia of it, she brushed it off but always noticed the way her mother’s body would fall tense. Queen Julia was a tender woman. Gentle, kind and caring. Her children, her greatest treasure. But she was also smart and strong, something that didn’t go unnoticed by anyone in the palace or the lands.

    Jade slowly traced the beautiful intricate designs engraved around the front and back of the hard cover book. Fully engrossed by it and what might lay in it. This didn’t go unseen by her elder brother who was looking through the opposite shelves. “That doesn’t look like what you’re looking for. What is it?” He said coming to stand next to her.

    “Do you know what it is?” She asked him once he got to her side. “I haven’t seen it before… But would what an entire book concerning Vallandar be doing here?” He said as he passed a finger over it and smudged the dust between his fingers. “Probably been down here for years.” //

    The two slashes show where it starts and stops. I must say, putting this here has taken a lot of my gut. But I’d regret it if I didn’t. Well, tell me what you think and don’t worry this is NOT an editing session, Just want to here your opinions. Pretty plzz comment, they’re all welcome. And, Don’t Steal My Work plz. Thank you😊. 

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  • unfortunate-arrow
    01.09.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    Modern Bridgerton Headcanons V

    Gregory & Lucy Edition

    [See also: A&K; B&S; C&P; D&S; (coming soon) E&P; F&M; H&G]


    He’s the only Bridgerton brother to not have his first kiss as a teenager

    He spent nearly a year being allergic to sleep as a toddler. Benedict and Anthony usually sat with him because he needed someone there in order to fall asleep. It was Benedict more often because Gregory shared a bedroom with him and Colin.

    He’s a hopeless romantic and proud of it

    His older brothers are his heroes. Once, when he was ten, he had to write a paper about his hero and he wrote about all three of his older brothers, with a bit more emphasis on Anthony and Benedict because there’s a bigger age gap between him and them than between him and Colin.

    The moment that Colin officially moved out was one of Gregory’s greatest joys because he didn’t have to share a room any more while his sisters still did.

    Right around the time that Daphne and Simon became engaged, Gregory was being picked on by a couple of older boys. After coming home a few times with a black eye or split lip, his brothers interfered and no one ever picked on Gregory Bridgerton again. (Okay, so Hyacinth terrorized the hell out of those boys, too.)

    He becomes a stay-at-home father when his fourth child, Daphne is born

    His style is very much a combination of his older brothers’ style. He likes Benedict’s collared shirts, Anthony’s suits, and Colin’s comfort.

    His favorite subject in school was math/maths.

    Gregory is not a fan of social media. He enjoys it during his teens, but once he hits 21, he’s tired of it.


    She has a tendency to put others’ happiness above her own.

    She’s been engaged to her uncle’s business partner’s son since her father died when she was eight, with the nearly ten year age difference and the fact that he was gay doing nothing to deter her uncle’s and his father’s insistence of the union.

    The only reason she was able to attend university was because her father had put money aside that was explicitly for his children’s education and nothing else.

    She never really knew her older brother because he was sent away to boarding school shortly after they moved in with their uncle.

    Lucy’s stress, nerves, and anxiety tend to manifest as nausea and an upset stomach.

    She tends to bottle up her emotions and rarely lets herself breakdown.

    Lucy has a very prim style, but knows how to dress down… sometimes. She doesn’t wear sweatpants (unless they’re Gregory’s), though.

    She met Hermione in university when they were placed in the same dorm room.

    She never really dated, and Gregory was her first and only real relationship.

    Lucy usually braids her hair. It keeps it out of her face and it’s easy to do.

    #gregory bridgerton#lucy abernathy #gregory x lucy #modern bridgerton au #bridgerton#bridgerton au #teen!benedict or teen!anthony sleeping on the floor next to a toddler!gregory is just an absolutely adorable picture #figure gregory’s good at math b/c he’s got an eye for investments #the boy is obviously a hopeless romantic; that’s just the vibe from him in his book #oh yes lord haselby has a boyfriend and later husband in the modern au #his name is james and that’s all i know #james was picked b/c it was popular in the regency era #and kept the whole arranged business marriage because honestly it’s just fun #and then gives gregory the chance to just go “what the fuck is wrong with you?” to lucy’s uncle and haselby’s father #plus i have thought a lot about the wedding interruption goes & it’s totally written in anthony’s pov b/c why not? #and also i have so many jumbled thoughts and questions about lucy’s brother #and no i did not hate him #there’s only been one romance novel i’ve read where i hated a character you weren’t supposed to
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  • bookloveravenue
    31.08.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    Teen Titans (book 3): Beast Boy Loves Raven by Kami Garcia and Illustrated by Gabriel Picolo

    From #1 New York Times bestselling author KAMI GARCIA (Beautiful Creatures) and artist GABRIEL PICOLO, the creative duo behind the New York Times bestselling graphic novel Teen Titans: Raven, comes the romantic meet-up we have all been waiting for!

    It seems like years, but it’s only been a few days since Raven Roth recovered her memories, trapped her demon father, Trigon, into her amulet, and had her heart broken for the first time. But she doesn’t have time to think about the past…she has to focus on finding a way to get rid of Trigon for good.

    Garfield Logan still can’t believe he has powers that allow him to change into different animals, but the price of knowing that his parents kept this secret hidden from him just feels too high. And what’s more, his difficulty controlling these abilities could have unexpected consequences.

    Both are seeking answers from the one person who seems to have them all figured out: Slade Wilson.

    When their paths converge in Nashville, Raven and Gar can’t help but feel a connection, despite the secrets they both try to hide. It will take a great amount of trust and courage to overcome the wounds of their pasts. But can they find acceptance for the darkest part of themselves? Or maybe even love?



    August 31, 2021

    My Review: 5/5 Stars

    Stories collide in this latest Teen Titans graphic novel. Raven and Garfield finally cross paths after they both have received notes from Slade to meet him in Nashville. As Raven and Garfield wait, they keep bumping into one another and soon they form a friendship. Neither want to tell the other why they are Nashville or the fact that they have powers but it will only be a matter a time until all is revealed. Meanwhile, Raven's foster sister was following her to protect her and it turns out someone else received a message from Slade. But let's just say he (don't want to spoil who, but trust me you'll love it if you are fan of some great young DC characters!) is a little more cautious than others. I really liked this one!! Gar and Raven are great characters and it was nice to see them start to trust again. Also that surprise character is a favorite of mine, so the fact that he has joined the storyline is super exciting. And with the cliffhanger, it looks like we are going to see more future Teen Titans making an appearance.

    I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • raccooninthedaytime
    29.08.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    God each new page of this book im reading is making my need to write it into a limited series tv script stronger

    #have you all heard of…… Going Bovine #I recommend it HIGHLY #like HIGH HIGH HIGHLY #it is fanTASTIC #the rep is kinda great if you squint #plus its really fucking funny #you think its gonna be a regular slice of life teen novel and then it ends up being this epic hallucinatory fantasy adventure #and goddamn if im not gonna write a screenplay for it.. #going bovine#libba bray
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