Sunday, August 06, 2023

Books Read: July 2023

I continued to read books this past month - and liked most of them, too, which is nice - and these are the ones I read. Links, as always, will follow once my posts go live.

Carla Speed McNeil, Finder: Mystery Date (in The Finder Library, Vol. 2, 7/1)

Farel Dalrymple, Pop Gun War, Vol. 2: Chain Letter (digital, 7/2)

Lavie Tidhar, Unholy Land (7/2)

Vero Cazot and Julie Rocheleau, About Betty's Boob (digital, 7/3)

Joe Daly, Highbone Theater (digital, 7/4)

Tini Howard and Gilbert Hernandez, Assassinistas (digital, 7/5)

Paco Roca, The House (digital, 7/6)

Mark Twain, Life on the Mississippi (in Mississippi Writings, 7/6)

Andre Franquin, Die Laughing (digital, 7/7)

Nathanael West, Miss Lonelyhearts (in Novels and Other Writings, 7/7)

Brian Michael Bendis, Fortune & Glory (digital, 7/8)

Katie Skelly, The Agency (digital, 7/9)

Lewis Trondheim, Ralph Azham, Vol. 3: You Can't Stop a River (7/15)

Muriel Barbery, The Elegance of the Hedgehog (7/15)

Jean "Moebius" Giraud, Inside Moebius, Part II (digital, 7/16)

Noah Van Sciver, As a Cartoonist (digital, 7/22)

Jim Beaton, Clyde (digital, 7/23)

Steven Brust, Tsalmoth (7/23)

Axel Brechensbauer, Things We Create (digital, 7/29)

Lars Fiske, Grosz (digital, 7/30)

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