GOING THERE

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In this eagerly anticipated memoir, Couric (b. 1957) transforms the events of her long, illustrious career into an immensely readable story—a legacy-preserving exercise, for sure, yet judiciously polished and insightful, several notches above the fray of typical celebrity memoirs. The narrative unfolds through a series… Read More »GOING THERE

RENEGADES

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It was Obama, writes Springsteen, who approached him with the idea that they host a podcast together. “Okay, I’m a high school graduate from Freehold, New Jersey, who plays the guitar….What’s wrong with this picture?” Springsteen recalls. He overcame his shyness, fortunately, and the two… Read More »RENEGADES

TBS Rumor Report Update

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We had hinted at these in various IG posts and comments as well as on our master list but Jedi Aayla Secura, Ki-Adi Mundi and ARC Trooper Jesse will be joining the Black Series next year with Ewok Celebration Leia, Figrin D’an and New Republic… Read More »TBS Rumor Report Update

Daredevil/Spider-Man, Marvel Comics Review

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Review of Daredevil/Spider-Man, the Marvel comic book that pairs the sarcastic Peter Parker with ever so serious Matt Murdock. read more Daredevil/Spider-Man, Marvel Comics Review The post Daredevil/Spider-Man, Marvel Comics Review appeared first on Amanja Reads Too Much.

Columbia Teases Boba Fett Collection

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Columbia’s latest Star Wars release will launch on December 3 and feature the Boba Fett Collection. Click here for their launch page. The post Columbia Teases Boba Fett Collection appeared first on Jedi Temple Archives.

Where to Buy Manga

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As we’ve mentioned numerous times here on Book Riot, there’s no better time to become a manga reader than now. There’s a wide variety of titles to choose from, guaranteeing something for every reader’s taste and preference. Manga publishers are licensing new series every month,… Read More »Where to Buy Manga

THE PRIZEFIGHTER

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ABILENE Number 7 of 16 By Justin Ladd Cover art by Gordon Crabb Pocket Books, April 1989 Everyone’s spoiling for Seamus O’Quinn, even though the prizefighter claims he’s only in Abilene to train for his next match. But when a big-city triggerman arrives to give… Read More »THE PRIZEFIGHTER

Tarkin’s Top Shelf #165: The RISE of Anakin Skywalker!

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https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/tarkinstopshelf/TTS_HC_and_IX.mp3 In this episode of Tarkin’s Top Shelf, your hosts discuss the latest Star Wars news report from The Hollywood Reporter. Mark and Becca go over the Hayden-Hype via The Hollywood Reporter regarding the upcoming Ahsoka series on Disney Plus, multiple storylines/possibilities for Anakin Skywalker’s Force Ghost or flashback… Read More »Tarkin’s Top Shelf #165: The RISE of Anakin Skywalker!

Cackle by Rachel Harrison

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B+ Cackle by Rachel Harrison October 5, 2021 · Berkley Mystery/Thriller TW: Gore, gaslighting, controlling relationships, codependency and depression, vomiting. Also SO MANY SPIDERS. Cackle is a feminist and creepy yet cosy read that asks us to explore the boundaries between an empowering friendship and… Read More »Cackle by Rachel Harrison

Blood Like Rain by Albert Tucher

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Albert Tucher creates a tropical getaway between covers in his series of Big Island Mysteries, indelibly drawing his characters from the diverse culture of the Hawaiian Islands. We’ve previously reviewed The Place of Refuge. His protagonist, Hawai`i County police detective Errol Coutinho, has his hands…… Read More »Blood Like Rain by Albert Tucher

Stick and Stone by Beth Ferry

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Stick and Stone by Beth Ferry Publisher: Clarion Books Genre: Children’s (0 – 6 y.o.), Contemporary Rating: 3 Stars Reviewed by Astilbe When Stick rescues Stone from a prickly situation with a Pinecone, a friendship is born. But when Stick gets stuck, can Stone return… Read More »Stick and Stone by Beth Ferry