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The Wicked + the Divine, Vol. 7: Mothering Invention

In the past: awful stuff. In the present: awful stuff. But, increasingly, answers.Collects THE WICKED + THE DIVINE #34-39 ...

Title : The Wicked + the Divine, Vol. 7: Mothering Invention
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ISBN : 1534308407
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Number of Pages : 208 pages
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The Wicked + the Divine, Vol. 7: Mothering Invention Reviews

  • Neil (or bleed)

    I'm still confused! But, at least, I'm getting all the answers I need!

  • Maddie

    I think that my interest in this series is dwindling. Maybe I'll reread the first volumes again when the last two are out.

  • Victoria ♡

    I really love this series, I do, but having to wait months between issues is making it kind of I had to go back and read the whole thing again!

    The artwork in this series is so beautiful and the plot is very complex and keeps getting more intriguing!

    I'll learn my lesson next time and wait till all the issues are out before reading them all...

  • Cristina Tempest


    I can't even. How can this be so good AFTER ALL THIS TIME. Why do I have to wait for more. How could I live without this all my life.

    I need answers.

  • Calista

    This book went into the past and told some of the story. That saved it from being a 2 star story from me. I like how they went frame by frame each 95 years from like 4000 BC onward. It is a history. There is a story playing here with Ananke. We learn quite a bit.

    Am I tired of this story? Yes, it should have ended the last book. This story is so long in the tooth now and it still didn't end. I'm tired of it. There was a decent twist at the end that I did not see coming, but it wasn't enough to e

  • Dan

    I think the magic is finally fading from this series. Whole repetitive panels, and blackened out panels...yeah no thank you. I understand the point they were trying to make, but they could have written that explanation out instead of that approach. I can only imagine the people who purchased single issues of this series not being too happy when they opened up their books to that bullshit.

  • Janine Roos


  • Maija

    We're getting close to the end now!