Tuesday, August 30, 2016

The Lost Continent by Bill Bryson, 314 pages

The author was born and raised in Iowa, moved to England, and has decided to recreate some of his childhood vacations by driving through 38 states. As someone who grew up in the Midwest as well, this book brought back a lot of memories and gave me some ideas for future vacations.

When Maidens Mourn by C. S. Harris, 341 pages

I think this might be one of my favorite mystery series now. I especially enjoy watching the growing relationship between St. Cyr and Hero.

Betty and Veronica Digest Magazine, No. 44, 128 pages

Still fun years later.

Little Archie Comic Digest Magazine, No. 35, 128 pages

I may be older but I still enjoy these.

Monday, August 29, 2016

The Royal Nanny by Karen Harper, 357 pages

I love historical fiction, or "faction" as some people call it, especially British history. So this look at the nanny to the royal family at the end of the 1800s was really interesting.

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: Squirrel, You Really Got Me Now by Ryan North and Erica Henderson, 168 pages

I'm a DC person all the way, but Squirrel Girl is a absolute delight to read. I'm totally hooked on her series now.

Friday, August 26, 2016

Dr. Critchlore's School for Minions Gorilla Tactics by Sheila Grau, 291 pages

What's an evil villain without their minions? But where do you find a well-trained minion, except at a school for minions. This is a fun juvenile series, looking at students at a minion school.