Lots of mini-reviews coming up! I did a lot of re-reads of graphic works (graphic novels, graphic memoirs, manga) and I also read a couple of books that were new-to-me.
Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata - Deathnote 3: Volume 3
This is Volume 3 of Deathnote. For a synopsis of volume 1, there should be something earlier in my thread. This volume 3 continued the story and was again a really enjoyable read (just like volumes 1 and 2).
Guy Delisle - Hostage (S'enfuir: Récit d'un Otage) (re-read)
I felt in the mood to re-read some of my favourite graphic memoirs and graphic novels. This one is a graphic memoir written by Guy Delisle based on what Christopher told him about what happened with Christopher. He was on a humanatarian mission and got taken hostage / kidnapped. He ends up in an almost empty locked room on his own without knowing what's going on. I thought I'd re-read it now with the state of the world as it is at the moment. It was really good to re-read this book.
Katie Green - Lighter Than My Shadow (re-read)
This is one of my favourite graphic memoirs, if not my favourite. It's Katie's journey with her eating disorder. I loved re-reading this graphic memoir, it's so good.
Iasmin Omar Ata - Mis(h)adra (re-read)
This combination of a graphic memoir and a novel, is based on the author's experiences with his epilepsy. The book is about a student named Isaac who is struggling because of his epilepsy. I really enjoyed this re-read.
Debbie Tung - Quiet Girl in a Noisy World (re-read)
Graphic comic memoir about Debbie being an introvert and how she struggles with it.
Debbie Tung - Book Love (re-read)
Debbie's comics to do with books and reading. Loved re-reading it.
Catana Chetwynd - Little Moments of Love (re-read)
Catana's comics to do with her relationship with her boyfriend. This was a nice re-read.
Sarah Andersen - Sarah's Scribbles 1: Adulthood is a Myth (re-read) Sarah Andersen - Sarah's Scribbles 2: Big Mushy Happy Lump (re-read) Sarah Andersen - Sarah's Scribbles 3: Herding Cats (re-read)
I'm going to do just one bit for these 3. They are collections of comics by Sarah Andersen, about various things in her life. I enjoyed the first collection the most, for some reason.
Marloes de Vries - Volwassen worden is optioneel (re-read)
This is a collection of comics to do with growing up and being an adult. It was really nice to re-read.
Gemma Correll - The Worrier's Guide to Life (re-read)
This is a collection of drawings, I enjoyed it less upon re-read, than the first time I read it, for some reason. It was still nice but.. definitely one of the lesser enjoyable ones in this post.
Allie Brosh - Hyperbole and a Half (re-read)
This book has Allie Brosh's illustrations along with text, I think it's based on her blog posts. I loved this re-read so much, just like the first time reading this book.
Jomny Sun - Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too (re-read)
This is a graphic novel about an alien who visits the Earth. It was a pretty nice -reread.
Cece Bell and David Lasky - El Deafo (re-read)
This is a graphic memoir based on Cece Bell's childhood. All the characters are rabbits/hares. Cece is deaf and has to wear a hearing aid (as a child, I don't know about now).
E. J. Copperman - Haunted Guesthouse Mystery 4: Chance of a Ghost
This is book 4 in the Haunted Guesthouse Mystery series. In this series Alison has her own guesthouse. 2 ghosts also live in the guesthouse and they help Alison to solve murders and suspicious cases.
Nathan W. Pyle - Strange Planet
This is a collection of comics about aliens doing things in a human way.. not sure how to describe it but it was funny in places and I liked it.
Alice Oseman - Heartstopper 1: Volume 1 (re-read) Alice Oseman - Heartstopper 2: Volume 2 (re-read) Alice Oseman - Heartstopper 3: Volume 3
I re-read Heartstopper Volumes 1 and 2 and then read Volume 3. This is a graphic novel series based on the webcomic Heartstopper Alice Oseman writes and draws. It's about two boys in high school who fall in love with each other. It's very good and adorable, I love these books. Volume 3 introduced some more heavier topics too, that I look forward to see how things go in Volume 4.
Jen Wang - The Prince and the Dressmaker (re-read)
A historical fiction graphic novel that takes place in Paris. The Prince loves to wear dresses, but he does not show this to anyone because it is frowned upon. He hires a dressmaker to make dresses for him. Such a good book, I enjoyed my re-read a lot.
Noelle Stevenson - Nimona (re-read)
This is a fantasy graphic novel about Nimona who becomes the sidekick of villain Lord Blackheart. It's funny and I really enjoyed re-reading it.
Ooof.. that was it! I'm currently (re)reading Sigrid Landman - Moederen met autisme 2: Chaos met autisme (re-read) and Peter F. Hamilton - The Void Trilogy 2: The Temporal Void (re-read). The latter is rather big, so it'll probably take me a while to get through. Since reading so much, my reading has slowed down over the past couple of days, I'll probably finish the autism memoir before the month is over as it's not that long and I'm halfway through, but I'm not even a fifth through the Hamilton book so might not finish that in March.