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June 2014 Reading

June 2014 reading:

22. Skin Game, by Jim Butcher (454 pages)
Harry's morals are tested in this one as he's called on to perform his duties as the Winter Knight. Definitely a page-turner, as usual. Harry has to do some soul-searching, and is helped along by his friends and his subconscious. I also personally appreciated some of the references in this one--Evil League of Evil, for example. For a man likely to burn out electronics if he looks at him wrong, Dresden manages to get his geek on.

23. Coyote Dreams, by C.E. Murphy (416 pages)
Jo faces a new, larger challenge--one once again the backfire of her mistakes. And it puts everyone she knows and loves in danger. Parts were a bit predictaible, but I overall enjoyed the book. I liked her personal growth.

24. First Grave on the Right, by Darynda Jones (310 pages)
This was a really good debut urban fantasy. Charley is a private investigator who just happens to also be the grim reaper. Since childhood, she has been the portal through which the departed pass on, acting as guide and psychiatrist. It also meants she doesn't have many friends; people tend to shy away from the hocus pocus. But it turns out there's a whole lot more out there than just her as a portal, and it's about to come crashing through her life. I liked the characters and world built here.

June pages: 1,180

Pages to date: 8,752

Progress: 24/52


June 2014 comics/manga reading:

256. Cardcaptor Sakura Master of the Clow: Volume 6, by Clamp (192 pages)
257. Absolute Boyfriend: Volume 3, by Yuu Watase (191 pages)
258. Ooku The Inner Chambers: Volume 6, by Fumi Yoshinaga (224 pages)
259. Bleach: Volume 30, by Tite Kubo (192 pages)
260. Fullmetal Alchemist: Volume 8, by Hiromu Arakawa (185 pages)
261. The Finder Library 1, by Carla Speed McNeil (630 pages)
262. Berlin City of Stones: Book 1, by Jason Lutes (209 pages)
263. Great Teacher Onizuka: Volume 1, by Tohru Fujisawa (192 pages)
264. Freakangels: Volume 1, by Warren Ellis (144 pages)
265. Naruto: Volume 5, by Masashi Kishimoto (200 pages)
266. Naruto: Volume 6, by Masashi Kishimoto (192 pages)
267. Rosario+Vampire Season II: Volume 9, by Akihisa Ikeda (205 pages)
268. Scalped: Volume 4, by Jason Aaron (144 pages)
269. Zero's Familiar: Omnibus 1-3, by Noboru Yamaguchi (496 pages)
270. Vampire Knight: Volume 18, by Matsuri Hino (208 pages)
271. Blood+: Volume 4, by Asuka Katsura (200 pages)
272. D.N. Angel: Volume 5, by Yukiru Sugisaki (184 pages)
273. 100 Bullets: Volume 3, by Brian Azzarello (128 pages)
274. Pichi Pichi Pitch Mermaid Melody: Volume 2, by Pink Hanamori (208 pages)
275. Lizzie Newton Victorian Mysteries: Volume 2, by Hey-Jin Jeon (192 pages)
276. Garden Dreams, by Fumi Yoshinaga (173 pages)
277. Bleach: Volume 31, by Tite Kubo (208 pages)
278. Case Closed: Volume 36, by Gosho Aoyama (192 pages)
279. Case Closed: Volume 37, by Gosho Aoyama (200 pages)
280. Dengeki Daisy: Volume 7, by Kyousuke Motomi (192 pages)
281. Puella Magi Kazumi Magica The Innocent Malice: Volume 4, by Magica Quartet (144 pages)
282. The Wallflower: Volume 26, by Tomoko Hayakawa (176 pages)
283. Skip-Beat!: Volume 5, by Yoshiki Nakamura (208 pages)
284. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind: Volume 2, by Hayao Miyazaki (130 pages)
285. Boy Princess: Volume 7, by Seyoung Kim (184 pages)
286. Skip-Beat!: Volume 6, by Yoshiki Nakamura (208 pages)
287. Puella Magi Madoka Magica The Different Story: Volume 1, by Magica Quartet (160 pages)

June pages: 6,691

Pages to date: 57,412

Progress: 287/365
Tags: graphic novel, manga, urban fantasy
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