On the Horizon – fangs (Sarah Anderson)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I received this comic eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.  So here be me honest musings . . .

fangs (Sarah Anderson)

Title: fangs

Author: Sarah Anderson

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

Publication Date: YESTERDAY!! (hardback)

ISBN: 978-1524860677

Source: NetGalley

Fangs

Okay so Andrews McMeel Publishing makes me happy again.  I loved loading penguin hugs and book love.  I also love author and illustrator Sarah Anderson’s work.  I mean how can any book lover not relate to this:

10 Signs You're In A Reading Slump | Sarah's scribbles, Book memes ...

This newest book follows the unusual love story between a vampire and a werewolf.  It goes from their first date to later on in their established relationship.  The First Mate and I read this one together and had such a great time.  Here be an example of the awesome:

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At times it be snarky, sweet, clever, and yet always amusing.  I loved this and highly recommend it to the crew.  Arrr!

So lastly . . .

Thank you Andrews McMeel Publishing!

Side note: Much thanks to Matey Danielle @ thepluviophilewriter for letting me know that this existed.  Arrr!

Goodread’s has this to say about the novel:

To visit the author’s website go to:

Sarah Anderson – Author

To buy the novel go to:

fangs – Book

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27 thoughts on “On the Horizon – fangs (Sarah Anderson)

  1. I’ve been seeing this all over Anderson’s Twitter page, and for good reason! (She’s basically the only person I actually follow of Twitter because her comics are choice) This looks so cute. I didn’t realize her partner was a Werewolf. How neat! How long is this story? Do you think you lost anything by having an eARC rather than a physical copy?

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    1. It is a little over 100 pages. I adore her comics and need to read the other collections she has out. I mostly read her stuff on the web. I don’t think I lost anything by having an eArc except that the book looks so pretty and me fingers itch to hold it. I don’t NEED it however as the e-book worked extremely well. I am working on weeding out material things and so am extra careful about what physical books I keep now. Cause the kindle really is better for me to read on then physical books these days. I was tempted though.
      x The Captain

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      1. I can relate to acquring books in electronic format. I’m also trying to acquire less stuff in my life. It’s amazing how many books I have! And dishes… and towels… and shoes… and… Yeah. I’m no minimalist, but I like the idea of an almost fully e-library. I’m trying to only keep books that I know I’ll re-read. It’s a hard thing to do!

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      2. That is the new rule for physical books. I don’t have enough room in the hold so I can only buy a physical book if I will reread it. I can get books out of the little libraries but I have to either return the book when I am done. Or replace it with another book.
        x The Captain

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      3. Oooh, that’s smart. I like the One-In-One-Out policy. Do you have a set number of books you’re allowing yourself top keep, or is this more about self space? For example, if I get rid of Pillars of the Earth at 1,000+ pages, can I replace it with two books that are ~400 pages each, as they will fit in the space Pillars of the Earth once sat in? Just curious!

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      4. Brilliant! Well, a lot of sci-fi and fantasy are major tomes, so perhaps you’ll end up with a curated collection of the best ever books. If you start to make more room in the hold, I hope you’ll share with us readers what you chose to keelhaul and what you chose to hoard!

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    1. Ah see me comment to Matey Jackie. I was sooo tempted to buy this one. I am so glad that the hardback is as lovely as it seems. I really do love this publisher and think their quality is excellent. There books make good presents.
      x The Captain

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      1. I think when I pre-ordered it I only found the hardback version and so I went with that so that I’d remember about the book… then I started seeing pictures of it and couldn’t change it for the ebook once I’d seen how pretty the physical book was. But in general, I’ve been enjoying ebooks more these days. Easier to store, mostly. When I eventually have a house people come visit (instead of a small condo that’s not big enough for visits) this book is the type that will get put out on the coffee table or such for display. The quality really is nice.

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