Party Games by R. L. Stine (Fear Street reboot #1)
Fun and creepy but in today’s world of instant media, lawsuits would abound. I don’t remember these books being so cheesy but I did devour the originals before the age of 14. 3/5
Comedy of Doom by Joseph Scrimshaw
I say him when he was touring with The Doubleclicks and really enjoyed his comedy. This books was funny, easy, and a great read for any geek. 4/5
Squirrel Girl Vol 3
Despite my general dislike of the rodent in question (long story), I keep enjoying this series. It somehow handles superhero problems with a great deal of levity. 4/5
The Impostor’s Daughter by Laurie Sandell
I always thought this was a regular memoir so when I saw it in my library’s graphic novel section, I pounced. This was interesting and not quite what I expected. I enjoyed it. 4/5
Singapore Noir edited by Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan
This enabled me to knock out a few challenge categories and introduce me to a place I never thought too much about. Some stories were meh but some I absolutely loved.
I did not get to Sex Criminals Vol 3. BF and I attended Looney Con this weekend which was in a synagogue. I felt a little odd bringing that into a house of worship at a kid friendly event. I was also able to get 10 pages into Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. Still, 5 books in one week isn’t too shabby.