John Layman, Rob Guillory – Chew, Vol. 10: Blood Puddin’ (Chew #46-50)

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Grāmatas apraksts no Goodreads/Synopsis from Goodreads:

CAN TONY STOP HIS MOST DANGEROUS ENEMY?

Presenting a new storyline of the New York Times Best Selling, Harvey- and multiple Eisner Award-winning series about cops, crooks, cooks, cannibals, and clairvoyants.

Kā tiku pie šīs grāmatas?/How I got this book?

Lejuplādēju to no www.

Vērtējums/Rating: 4.25/5

 

 

Mana recenzija (pārdomas)/My (thoughts) review

Chew pasaules medicīna un to, ko var panākt, ja ir pietiekami līdzekļi, ir kaut kas vienreizējs, jo visi galvenākie tēli izdzīvojuši pēc katastrofālās cīņas ar Vampīru, un nu dzīvo ar dažādām neparastām protēzēm.

Nebiju domājis, ka lielā cīņa starp Toniju un Vampīru notiks jau šajā voljumā. Vismaz tiek sniegts labs iemesls Poyo nāvei, kuram lemts atgriezties ellē, un nav jābaidās, ka viņam tur klātos smagi. :D

Varētu domāt, ka sērijai būtu pienācis loģisks gals, tomēr tā nebūt nava. Uzzināsim kas tur īsti bija ar to uzrakstu debesīs un vēl šo to.

Jāpiekrīt viedoklim, ka dažādo spēju kļuvis par daudz; pats vien izlasu spēju aprakstu un īpašo nosaukumu skipoju.

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Chew world’s medicine and things you can do with enough resources is something amazing because every important character that was heavily injured after disastrous fight with Vampire, and now they live with unusual prosthetics.

I didn’t thought that the big fight between Tony and Vampire would be in this volume. At least we have a good reason why Poyo had to die; he is condemned to return to hell but no need to fear that it might hard for him there. :D

You might think that this could be a logical end to the series but no. We still have to find out about the weird sky writing and few other things.

I have to agree to the opinion that there are a bit too many food powers; personally I just read their description and skip the special word.

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