Monday, May 02, 2022

Books Read: April 2022

I usually bury these posts on weekends, but I was a month behind, and just remembered to do March yesterday. So this one gets a Monday.

This is what I read this past month; links will follow once the posts go live. (They've all been written as of right now.)

Tardi, The True Story of the Unknown Soldier (4/2)

David Rakoff, Fraud (4/2)

Roxanne Moreil and Cyril Pedrosa, The Golden Age, Book 2 (4/3)

John Allison, Steeple, Vol. 2: The Silvery Moon (4/9)

Gilbert Hernandez, Blubber (4/10)

Jack Vance, The Eyes of the Overworld (in Tales of the Dying Earth, 4/10)

Brandon Graham, Rain Like Hammers (4/16)

Lewis Trondheim, Little Nothings, Vol. 2:The Prisoner Syndrome (4/17)

Budgette Tan and KaJo Baldisimo, Trese, Vol. 3: Mass Murders (4/23)

Peter Milligan and Duncan Fegredo, Enigma: The Definitive Edition (4/24)

Peter S. Beagle, Summerlong (4/24)

Jean-Yves Ferri and Manu Larcenet, Back to Basics, Vol. 1: Real Life (4/30)

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