Hope Larson takes the classic story to a new level with her vividly imagined interpretations of Mrs Whatsit, Mrs Who, Mrs Which, the Happy Medium, Aunt Beast, and the many other characters that readers have loved for the past fifty years. Every summer, Rose goes with her mom and dad to a lake house in Awago Beach. But this summer is different. In This One Summer two stellar creators redefine the teen graphic novel. Cousins Mariko and Jillian Tamaki, the team behind Skim, have collaborated on this gorgeous, heartbreaking, and ultimately hopeful story about a girl on the cusp of her teen age — a story of renewal and revelation.
It is the chronicle of a girlhood and adolescence at once outrageous and familiar, a young life entwined with the history of her country yet filled with the universal trials and joys of growing up.
It is the chronicle of a girlhood and adolescence at once outrageous and familiar, a young life entwined with the history of her country yet filled with the universal trials and joys of growing up. His mother, a sweet and stubborn woman, rose to the rank of inspector; his father, a brash but melancholy man, left the force and became a lawyer. James had wanted to write about the impossibly brutal and volatile period in Jamaica when enslaved Africans outnumbered their white owners by more than ten to one. Was it an angelic visitation? In the book, a new preacher attempts to purge the village of sin and ends up unleashing disorder. Out of nowhere, one
Edgy, searingly observant, and candid, often heartbreaking but threaded throughout with raw humor and hard-earned wisdom—Persepolis is a stunning work from one of the most highly regarded, singularly talented graphic artists at work today. The mystery keeps getting bigger, and it all begins here. In her first graphic novel, bestselling author Marissa Meyer extends the world of the Lunar Chronicles with a brand-new, action-packed story about Iko, the android with a heart of mechanized gold. She is soon working with a handsome royal guard who forces her to question everything she knows about love, loyalty, and her own humanity.
With appearances by Cinder and the rest of the Rampion crew, this is a must-have for fans of the bestselling series.
But a few intrepid explorers know how to sneak through the patrols and steer clear of the dangers inside the Zone. Addison Merrick is one such explorer, dedicated to finding out what happened that night and to unraveling the events that took her parents and left her little sister mute and disconnected from the world.
Throughout history and across the globe, one characteristic connects the daring women of Brazen: their indomitable spirit. Against overwhelming adversity, these remarkable women raised their voices and changed history. From Nellie Bly to Mae Jemison or Josephine Baker to Naziq al-Abid, the stories in this comic biography are sure to inspire the next generation of rebel ladies.
She is alluring…. Gleefully plying her skills on either side of the law alongside her network of street urchins, Bandette is a thorn in the side of both Police Inspector Belgique and the criminal underworld. Can even Bandette laugh off a plot against her life? Romance tropes: You know them. We love them. Prepare yourself, book nerds, because your new favorite fantasy is almost here! Books Authors Posts. Sort by: Per page. Per page. Jan 22 by TeamEpicReads. Related Books.
You can thank us later. Nimona Written and illustrated by Noelle Stevenson Nemeses! Paper Girls By Brian K. Fletcher Erin Tieng, a new resident of Stony Stream, is a recently hired paper delivery girl. Monstress By Marjorie M. Check, Please! Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: The Crucible By Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Robert Hack On the eve of her sixteenth birthday, the young sorceress Sabrina Spellman finds herself at a crossroads, having to choose between an unearthly destiny and her mortal boyfriend, Harvey.
Marvel: No Normal By G. Marvel: No Normal now!
Fence By C. Not to mention he has to hibernate all winter. Can true love conquer all? Three-eyed foxes. Secret caves. Wires and Nerve By Marissa Meyer and Douglas Holgate In her first graphic novel, bestselling author Marissa Meyer extends the world of the Lunar Chronicles with a brand-new, action-packed story about Iko, the android with a heart of mechanized gold.
Was it an angelic visitation?
A nanotech accident? A porthole opening from another world? There also happened to be a British guy there whose contribution, following the tradition of Hollywood war movies, has pretty much been cheerfully ignored. The effect of realness in this film is a strange one. Except that, weirdly, the attack is not the main event. It is all over pretty quickly. It seems almost anticlimactic and detached. Perhaps that is faithful to the experience itself. But, intentionally or not, the real meat of the film is that mind-bendingly boring holiday: endless beers, endless coffees, endless selfies.
No tension between the guys. No real connection either. Directed By: Todd Haynes. Critics Consensus: Anchored by Sean Penn's powerhouse performance, Milk is a triumphant account of America's first openly gay man elected to public office. Directed By: Gus Van Sant. Critics Consensus: A quiet, moving rumination on loneliness and newfound intimacy, God's Own Country marks an outstanding directorial debut for Francis Lee.
Directed By: Francis Lee. Critics Consensus: Paris Is Burning dives into '80s transgender subculture, with the understated camera allowing this world to flourish and the people to speak and dance for themselves. Directed By: Jennie Livingston. The Death and Life of Marsha P.
Directed By: David France. Critics Consensus: Raw, honest, powerfully acted, and deliciously intense, Blue Is the Warmest Color offers some of modern cinema's most elegantly composed, emotionally absorbing drama. Directed By: Abdel Kechiche.
Critics Consensus: Princess Cyd defies coming-of-age convention to offer a sweetly understated - yet deeply resonant - look at pivotal relationships. Directed By: Stephen Cone. Critics Consensus: The Wound uses its complex, timely story as effective grist for a thought-provoking exploration of the human dynamic. Directed By: John Trengove. Critics Consensus: Other People resists easy melodrama, rewarding viewers with a smart, subtle look at family dynamics with a talented cast and a finely calibrated blend of funny and serious moments.
Directed By: Chris Kelly. Critics Consensus: Girl uses one aspiring dancer's story as the framework for a poignant drama that approaches its difficult themes with fittingly alluring grace. Directed By: Lukas Dhont. The People vs. Critics Consensus: No consensus yet. Directed By: Lars Kraume. Critics Consensus: Viva flirts with melodrama, but ultimately rises on the strength of strong performances and a thoroughly relatable message.
Directed By: Paddy Breathnach.