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Namu Kim Kim من عند 15147 A Pomba, A Coruña, إسبانيا من عند 15147 A Pomba, A Coruña, إسبانيا

قارئ Namu Kim Kim من عند 15147 A Pomba, A Coruña, إسبانيا

Namu Kim Kim من عند 15147 A Pomba, A Coruña, إسبانيا

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الكتاب رائع جدًا مثل "الحقيقة إلى الأبد". أحب قصة حب بين الشخصيات ، خاصة مع Auden و Eli. إنه شعور رائع أن تقرأ كتباً مثل هذا ، إنها مريحة للغاية وتستحق القراءة

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So probably about a month ago I saw the movie Dylan Dog and I liked it. It was funny, paranormally and a little bit sad and while I wouldn't call it the greatest movie I've ever seen I did thoroughly enjoy it. Then I'm reading the back of the dvd box and it says that the film is based on a best selling graphic novel and the next time I go to work, there it is on the graphic novel shelf in the adult dept. I was very excited. Dylan Dog is a detective known for handling things that go bump in the night. He lives in a large strange messy house with his assisstant Felix who it is implied is really Groucho Marx. People (mostly women) come knock on his door and ask for his help with zombies, vampires, devils and other things I could never even think of. Dylan Dog starts out funny and quirky and kind of reminded me of a Tales from the Crypt Keeper type book, however over the course of the book the types of mysteries Dylan was dealing with changed. They became more and more existential and a little bit less funny. There was nothing wrong with the existential stories, they were still really interesting and I really did enjoy them but I became curious about when the stories were written. I know they were in the correct order but I wonder if they really were published one after the other the same way they appear in the book or if other stories came between them and the Dylan Dog works became more existential over time. I really liked the black and white style of the art work. I felt like it just fit the feel and tone of the stories perfectly. I also felt like it kept some of the gore from the stories from being completely overwhelming. I can't imagine trying to read some of those stories in color, I just felt like the amount of blood would have become overwhelming enough that it would have been distracting to the story.

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** spoiler alert ** A great new entry in Andrews's series. In this one, Kate's trying to get her private eye business going, her ward runs away from school, she and Curran are trying to figure out how they work together as a couple--and she's trying to figure out this alpha's mate thing and deal with the pack. This is the one with the Anti-Magic machine. I'm not sure if that's a spoiler, but in case it is, I'll hide the review. I need it in here so I can remember which book it is and if I've read it before. I've read it, and I really liked it. :)