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Traci Haley Review: I debated what to rate this graphic novel. On the one hand, the characters are thoroughly unlikable. Scott Pilgrim is a vapid, useless lump of a man who is dating a high schooler because that's the level of his maturity/emotional intelligence. Ramona Flowers is standoffish and rude because it makes her look "cool". The only redeeming character was Wallace, the gay roommate. On the other hand, once introductions got over, during the last scene of the book (the concert and Scott's fight with the f


Wandering Reader Review: The tone was a little different, but definitely the voices of Vic and Jacob navigating expanding spheres of their work lives, talents and relationship. I love their spark and this book is just as well-written, engrossing, suspenseful and fun as the other installments of this series.


Rebecca Foster Review: My nonfiction book of the year. I read this in August, planning to contrast it with Claire Tomalin’s A Life of My Own, another biographer’s memoir, for the LARB. It would have been a brilliant article, believe me. But they didn’t bite, and by the time I approached the TLS they’d already arranged coverage of the books. Alas! Such is the life of a freelancer. Since then I’ve struggled to know what to say about Atlas’s book that would explain why I loved it so much that my paperback proof is riddle


Megan Review: Kinda confused as to why there aren't more people into this series? I personally enjoyed it a lot, especially the information on the yōkai and other Japanese tradition/history/every day living. For me I'm very much enjoying it and I'm excited to buy volume two on release day, July 5th!


Christina ~ Brunette Reader Review: 4,5 Stars

An artful and intriguing retelling, this time our Sherlock goes by the name of Charlotte, can't resist sweets and sports blond curls and a generous hourglass figure, but the discernment, intuition and genius are on par with the original counterpart. A brand-new mystery of its own with some devious twists leads the plot, while all the literary staples of the old formula are reinterpreted through a unique and fresh slant.
Superbly written, as usual with this author, in a narrative style


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