A Hundred Thousand Worlds by Bob Proehl
There’s a lot to like in Bob Proehl’s debut novel, A Hundred Thousand Worlds, and if the author occasionally tries a little too hard or the book suffers a bit in trying to cover its audience bases, the end result remains a heartfelt coming of age story set amidst the fondly but realistically portrayed world of comic book writers/artists and convention goers.
The story follows a mother and son (Valerie and Alex, respectively) as they drive from NYC to LA to reunite Alex with his long-separated father,
That was my view as well, as you'll see in my soon-to-post review
Thanks, Marion! This past academic year was so hectic that I read hardly anything for fun. I'm looking forward to…
It's great to read a review from you again, Kat!
Witch King! Although I really wanted more information/story from between the two timelines.
Only read 5 in may but managed to finally finish 2 series. Three of my reads were NetGalley advance reads…