Graphic Novel Week!

Hey everyone! If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you’ll know that my reading doesn’t typically sway toward graphic novels. I’ve read some based on storylines I already love (like the graphic version of The Lightning Thief and companion books to the TV series Avatar: The Last Airbender). Some that I thought that I would like but which turned me away from the form, temporarily, like Neverland.

But I’ve heard about some great ones lately that have really made me interested in that diverse genre! I’m also researching these books to possibly use for a major paper I have coming up, which is awesome. What’s better than using the books you read for fun to get an A in class?

So, all this week I’ll be posting (among other things!) reviews to the stack of graphic novels I devoured this week. Some were much better than others, but it had me interested enough to reserve others at the library! Hopefully I can get to some of the novels that I’ve heard recommended over and over again.

If you’re into graphic novels, please recommend some to me! I’d love to hear about what you love to read. Are there any that you think I should never try? Comment below so we can talk about it!


3 thoughts on “Graphic Novel Week!

  1. For a creepy Halloween read, try “Through the Woods” by Emily Carroll.

    I also really enjoyed “A Monster Calls” by Patrick Ness & “The Last Unicorn” by Peter Beagle.


    1. I just looked it up and “Through the Woods” looks amazing! And perfect for this time of year. I’ll have to pick up that and “The Last Unicorn” soon!! I did read “A Monster Calls” this summer and loved it!


  2. I look forward to those reviews. I’m slowly leaning towards graphic novels. I especially want to read the ones for Game of Thrones and the Wheel of Time series. I’d like to see the Lightening Thief one too. I love that book.


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