menniemenace's review

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3.0

Ed and Esther will live together!
I want to see sparks and I want it now.

piper_sh's review

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3.0

3,5 Stars

mayarelmahdy's review

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3.0

Ed and Esther will live together!
I want to see sparks and I want it now.

mayar_reading_stuff's review

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3.0

Ed and Esther will live together!
I want to see sparks and I want it now.

morgarelibrare's review

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5.0

Eeeeeeeee!

majoki_'s review

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5.0

I feel so bad for Esther. But damn, I sure hope she and Ed get together. Even if it's just a fling. *heart eyes*

lonewolf6693's review

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5.0

This one has to be one of my favorites. I loved the art, the colors, and the story. it resonated with me so much.

emreadslotsofbooks's review

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5.0

I'm having flashbacks to my own little box room at university.
But at least it was a smidge bigger than poor Ed's and I filled it with books.

mariakureads's review

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3.0

In my impatience to wait for the next collected volume of Giant Days, I headed over to Hoopla to pick up the single issues and in #33, the cracks that were barely starting to show in the last few issues are very real.

As Daisy and Susan, both in love and wanting more time with their beloveds, break the sacred bond of sisterhood and leave Esther on her own as she looks for housing for the upcoming year.

Gasp! Will Esther find a home before then? Will Daisy be able to live with her love and keep her sanity? Is Susan no longer angry and bitter? Wait is she smiling?

Allison answered these questions and more in this issue and accompanying him as always Fleming's artwork drives home the characterizations on each one in the facial expressions. I love this over because of the expressions as it leaves one thinking, "Just what did they see?"

deeplyanchored's review

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4.0

Unrequited love is a bad path. It's called a crush because it crushes you.
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