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    Even Better than the original5

    Felo An amazing edition, hardback, with lots of extra stuff and inside the character info that will keep you reading even past the story.
    This book it´s about diversity, all the characters are so unique and different, they add all that extra spice to the book itself!
    Totally recomender, it´s a very superior version of the original black and white book. by Felo

  • Canadian Manga Gets the Colour Treatment4

    Nicola Mansfield Reason for Reading: I've really paid no attention to the hype about this series, never seen the movie, nor do I know what it's even about. But I did intend to give it a try someday, seeing as the author is Canadian and since I had the chance decided now was the time.

    I didn't *love* this and at first wasn't even all that lukewarm to it either but as the book progressed I became more interested in Scott and then eventually Ramona, until at the end I knew I would read the next book. I was put off with all the h*m*s*xual references and jokes. Is that all a gay character is for? Of course, the lifestyle of these 23-25 year olds was not what I would call edifying either. The publisher recommends this for ages 13+ but I personally give it a recommended 18+. Any 13 year old of mine won't be reading about young 20 year olds going to bed with each other. There is one highschool student in the book (a 17yo) but she is brought into the college/young adult world. Not a book for children, imho.

    Once I got over this stuff, and got used to it, as I did think this was going to be a book about and for highschoolers, I found myself getting attached to Scott Pilgrim and several of the other characters such as Kim and Ramona at this point. The story is quite out there with a video game theme whereby Scott has to defeat Ramona's past 7 evil boyfriends to win the right to date her. In fact there is a lot of little bitty "out there" references that are made and plot points that happen so the reader, especially this one, became more and more intrigued the further she reads on. When I first started, I couldn't see myself really liking this book, but now that I'm finished I certainly want to read next book! The colour was nice but I don't want to wait that long to read them all so I will continue on with the black & white editions. by Nicola Mansfield

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