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Real world follows four Japanese high school girls as they assist a boy that has just committed matricide in his escape. Continue reading
The Nymphos of Rocky Flats Written by Mario Acevedo ISBN-10: 0060833262 ISBN-13: 978-0060833268 EOS Publishing Review by Budd Felix Gomez was just your everyday soldier. Then, while fighting in the Iraq war, he is turned into a vampire. Now his … Continue reading
Iron Man stormed into theaters in 2008 introducing him to a world that may have never known him otherwise. This history into Iron Man fills in the gaps and lets you know how the original story went down. Continue reading
The story follows young Logan as he trains in a secluded, Canadian dojo. He was left there several years earlier with no memory of who he was or where he came from. At the school, Logan must master his martial arts skills without falling back on his incredible healing factor. Like most schools, Logan doesn’t get along with everyone but has a few very close friends.
The Missing By Sarah Langan Published by Harper ISBN: 978-0-06-087291-5 ISBN-10: 0-06-087291-8 Review by Budd This Bram Stoker award winning novel is Sarah Langan’s sophomore effort and follow up to her first novel The Keeper. The Missing follows the citizens … Continue reading