Timid Tadano is a total wallflower, and that’s just the way he likes it. But all that changes when he finds himself alone in a classroom on the first day of high school with the legendary Komi. He quickly realizes she isn’t aloof—she’s just super awkward. Now he’s made it his mission to help her on her quest to make 100 friends!
As someone with some serious social anxiety, I was immediately drawn to the premise of this manga. I thought it’d be cute and fun and maybe a little reflective of what I go through now, even as an adult.
Granted, my anxiety isn’t nearly as debilitating as Komi’s is, but I could still relate in a lot of ways. That moment when the teacher calls on you and, even though you know the answer, you’re paralyzed by the fear of saying something in front of the class. That I totally related to. Continue reading “Review: Komi Can’t Communicate by Tomohito Oda”
The Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge is hosted by Long and Short Reviews. This week’s topic is: the weirdest thing I learned reading fiction. Continue reading “Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge March 18, 2020”
I love my cats, really I do. They’re warm, they’re furry, and most of the time, they’re very, very sweet. Continue reading “Reading with Cats”
Between running his family ranch and dealing with far too many needy relatives, Shaw Jameson doesn’t have time for more trouble. But when his first love, former-child-star-turned-businesswoman Sunny Dalton, returns to Lone Star Ridge, Shaw senses things are about to get a whole lot more interesting.
Shaw isn’t prepared for the memories that come flooding back now…or the reignited spark between them that turns into a raging inferno. Still, this gorgeous cowboy will do everything he can not to get burned a second time. Because Sunny never promised this visit was permanent and Shaw has no intention of giving up the land he loves. Letting Sunny go again is certain to leave a Texas-sized mark on his soul—and a permanent wall around his heart. Unless he can prove their small town holds the promise of the future they both always imagined. Continue reading “Review: Tangled Up in Texas by Delores Fossen”
The Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge is hosted by Long and Short Reviews. This week’s topic is: characters who remind me of myself and why. Continue reading “Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge March 4, 2020”
Yuji Itadori is resolved to save the world from cursed demons, but he soon learns that the best way to do it is to slowly lose his humanity and become one himself!
In a world where demons feed on unsuspecting humans, fragments of the legendary and feared demon Ryoma Sukuna were lost and scattered about. Should any demon consume Sukuna’s body parts, the power they gain could destroy the world as we know it. Fortunately, there exists a mysterious school of Jujutsu Sorcerers who exist to protect the precarious existence of the living from the undead!
Yuji Itadori is high schooler who spends his days visiting his bedridden grandfather. Although he looks like your average teenager, his immense physical strength is something to behold! Every sports club wants him to join, but Itadori would rather hang out with the school outcasts in the Occult Club. One day, the club manages to get their hands on a sealed cursed object, but little do they know the terror they’ll unleash when they break the seal… Continue reading “Review: Jujutsu Kaisen Vol 1 by Gege Akutami”