I bought this book because there was a giant advertisement with Thomas Lennon and his beautiful dog playing in target while I was in the book section. After taking a glance at it’s inside cover and realizing that it was a middle grade book written specifically for me, I figured I needed to buy it. Only on the way home did I realize that there was a review of it from Weird Al Yankovich on the back, which further solidified my feelings.
I was originally drawn to this book by its bright cover, but when I checked out the inside flap and learned that it was actually about reliving the same day over and over again, I was hooked.
Last year, Manfried the Man came out. It was about a cat whose man got loose, and he did an entire campaign to find him. In this alternate world where cats and humans have switched, it was a really fun read. Now, on May 14, you can see what Manfried is up to again!
This graphic novel has been getting a lot of attention lately, so I’ve finally read it! I bought it a month or so ago, and I’m glad that I finally sat down to read it. It only took me about 30 minutes, so it wasn’t a long read, but it was impactful.
I read eleven books last month (three of which were audio books), and I’m kind of proud of that. I’m hoping to go a step further and read twelve this month, but first let’s go over what I read!
I have wanted to read this book for at least five years, based on the cover alone. I never bought it, though, because I didn’t bother to read the synopsis or do any sort of investigating into it. But when I saw the preview for the movie, I knew it was time to buy (and read) the book.