An orphan boy and an adventurous girl take on this steampunk city and the secrets it holds.
Story & Art Matsumoto Naoya | Translation David Evelyn | Lettering Brandon Bovia Shonen Jump has come a long way! While it’s easy to remember “The Big 3” and be nostalgic, you can’t deny these new generations have taken the spotlight.
A review by Tobi Yusuf I first came across this book on social media when it came out last year, and I immediately thought that this book may be victim to having negative Islamic tropes in literature. I hate reading about the same thing in muslim stories, whichinvolve hijabis taking their hijab off for a… Read More Love from A to Z: Book Review