E-Reader vs. Print

Ok. I'm getting in on the E-reader vs. print debate. It's one that certainly has divided the reading community because most people are staunch supporters of one side or the other. I rarely see anyone that doesn't take sides. And I'll admit I used to stand with the print group. I love the feeling of … Continue reading E-Reader vs. Print

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Worst Week of Semester

It's the worst week of the semester. That's right the week before finals week is finally here. In all it's frantic, anxiety-filled, stress-inducing glory. For the next one hundred and sixty-eight hours my life will be consumed with thoughts of school and finals. It may not actually be finals week just yet but it's the … Continue reading Worst Week of Semester

Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall

Another book I've had to read for class was Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall, which is also a graphic novel. Bill Willingham, the writer of Fables, focuses on the fables and fairytales that are told time and time again. In this telling there is a villain called The Adversary that has driven all the characters from … Continue reading Fables: 1001 Nights of Snowfall

Persepolis

Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood is a graphic novel written by Marjane Satrapi. It tells her story as she grew up during the Islamic Revolution in Iran and how those events affected her life and world. This novel, though read for a class, was a very interesting and fun read. Because it was a graphic … Continue reading Persepolis