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Something Spectacular: Indi Reviews

Karl –  “Neil Gaiman: Coraline: The Graphic Novel” adapted and illustrated by P. Craig Russell, ,

Kelly – “A Court of Thorn and Roses” by Sarah J. Maas

Jenny “Lockwood & Co. series” by Jonathan Stroud

Adrienne “Meetup” social app

Fairies: Indi Review

One emotion at a time. Here are our indi reviews.

Adrienne – Slate’s doubleX Podcast on the Panoply Network (warning this podcast is intended for mature audiences)

Karl – “House of Leaves: A Novel” by Mark Z. Danielewski

Kelly – author Nnedi Okorafor. Books mentioned during the podast: “Akata Witch,” “Zahrah the Windseeker,” “Shadow Speaker,” “Kabu Kabu,” “Who Fears Death,” and “Lagoon.” Visit Okorafor’s website for more of her books with annotations.


Cat Vomit: Indi Reviews

You know the cat vomit color when you see it. Individual reviews:

“Boa’s Bad Birthday” by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross – Jenny
“What’s Your Favorite Animal” by Eric Carle and Friends – Cathie Sue
“Sacre Bleu” by Christopher Moore (audio version) – Karl
“Scraps: Notes from a Colorful Life” by Lois Ehlert

“Even in Australia” Indi Reviews

Even bad days happen in Australia so to pick you up here are our indi reviews. Enjoy!

“Creepy-Ass Dolls” by Stacy Leigh Brooks

“Witches Curse” by Keith McGowan

“Burning Sky” by Sherry Thomas

“All Dog’s Have ADHD” by Kathy Hoopman

Six “Fishy” Picture Book Reviews


  • “Something Fishy” – Barry Polisar & David Clark
  • “Bang! Boom! Roar! A Busy Crew of Dinosaurs” by Nate Evans, Stephanie Gwyn Brown & Christopher Santoro
  • “Unicorn Thinks He’s Pretty Great” by Bob Shea
  • “Super Hair-o and the Barber of Doom” by John Rocco
  • “The Dark” by Lemony Snicket & Jon Klassen
  • “Mighty LaLouche” by Matthew Olshan & Sophie Blackall

Creepy-Ass Dolls by Stacey Leigh Brooks

Creepy-Ass Dolls
A written review by Adrienne
Creepy-Ass Dolls by Stacey Leigh Brooks
Maniacal barbie doll takes over a dilapidated horror-style house and bends all of the other dolls to her sadistic, cruel and torturous will. Mostly made up of pictures there is a thread of a story that is from the maniacal doll’s point of view. We aren’t quite sure what set her off, but her will is bent on complete and utter control and subjugation of all the other dolls. Definitely for high school and up. Enjoy!