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Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel
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Sweet Tooth, Vol. 1 by Jeff Lemire
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Good, and Jeff Lemire's art ended up growing on me a lot, but I kind of feel like this is just mostly table setting for the real action to come later.
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I have to admit to being a little disappointed after hearing so many good things about PD James's mystery novels and enjoying The Children of Men so much -- this isn't a jaw-droppingly great book but just a well-put-together mystery, and Dalgliesh is ...more
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Batman by Paul Dini
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I had high hopes for another Batman story with Paul Dini and Dustin Nguyen, and they mostly came through. I think that the crux of the whole thing (Hush lures batman into a confrontation by literally taking Catwoman's heart) was too much, although it ...more
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