Books Reviewed February 2015
Posted March 11, 2016on:
This is the list of the books I reviewed at The Itinerant Librarian for February 2015. Feel free to check out the reviews. If you read any of the books I reviewed, you can leave me a comment and let me know how you liked the book or not. Also, if you have reading suggestions for me, you can let me know in the comments as well.
- I got some erotica reading done with Given to the Savage.
- I read Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. This one is a graphic novel adaptation of Thompson’s book.
- What happens to superheroes when their sidekicks get tired of being disrespected and taken for granted? Find out in Side-Kicked.
- I read about the life and work of Elizabeth Warren in her autobiography A Fighting Chance. I read this one as an audiobook.
- I got some additional insights into American gun culture by learning about a gun that is made in Austria, yet it was a gun that completely changed American gun culture. The book is Glock: The Rise of America’s Gun.
- You can check out Shaman, about an enigmatic shaman, and you can also get the real deal on the Curse of the Bambino.
- I read the third volume of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Collection.
- I am enjoying some older Star Wars graphic novels, and this time I read Star Wars Rebellion, Volume 2: The Akahista Gamble.
- I also read a prequel to the new Star Wars movie. The book is Shattered Empire.
- And finally for this month, I read what I anticipate may be one of my best readings for 2016, a book about Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans. The book is the graphic novel Drowned City.