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J LHLS Archives: January 2006
Tuesday, January 10, 2006
by Bella Andre
Published by Pocket Books, 2005
Review by Ida Vega-Landow
Having just finished one book featuring a plus-sized heroine (Alternate Beauty by Andrea Rains Waggener), I wasn't reluctant to start another novel with a plus-sized protagonist. Her name is Lily Ellis, an interior designer from San Francisco; she has red hair, blue eyes and abundant curves. Unlike Ronnie Tremayne, the heroine of "Alternate Beauty", Lily is a mere size sixteen, which makes her too fat for the average American, but the perfect size for Italian men, who prefer full-figured women. Italy plays a prominent role in this story, especially Tuscany, where the man of Lily's dreams, the gorgeous blonde architect Travis Carson, takes her on a buying trip to furnish a house he just built. [more]
Posted by Ida Vega Landow @ 06:25 PM PST [Link]
Monday, January 9, 2006
Fafner - (V.3) Human Force (DVD)
Review by Tom Good
Though the plot of Volume 2 had some dramatic twists and emotional moments, the script in Volume 3 falls short of that mark. Because of this, it is the artwork that takes charge of this disc. The gorgeous backgrounds, colors and glow effects kept me spellbound even as I lost interest in the dialogue. Color supervisor Hitomi Okura, along with "team Triple A" (credited with ink and paint), deserve a lot of credit for creating scenes with beautiful color balance. Everything from the giant mecha to the island's scenery looked great, and I could have watched some of these scenes over and over. [more]
Posted by Tom Good @ 09:17 PM PST [Link]
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