Steady Beat, Volume 2

Steady Beat Volume Steady Beat burns down the closet when family is outed old enemies are made into friends and friends into enemies How do you find a way to keep your feet in the middle and accept people solely for the

  • Title: Steady Beat, Volume 2
  • Author: Rivkah
  • ISBN: 9781598161366
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • Steady Beat burns down the closet when family is outed old enemies are made into friends and friends into enemies How do you find a way to keep your feet in the middle and accept people solely for the quality of their character

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    1. I'm still getting used to the fact that comics, especially volumes, are usually very short. You finish the comic in an hour and you have to read the next one in order to really get to the main part of the story!This is a continuation of Volume 1 and Leah Winters is trying to uncover the mystery behind her sister's love letter from another girl.I did like reading more about Eli, a guy Leah meets in the Vol. 1. We learn more about his family and helps Leah accept that her sister might me gay.(sorr [...]


    2. Rivkah, Steady Beat, vol. 2 (Tokyopop, 2006)Not sure where this one's going, as it veered off the path it set for itself in the first volume—but where it's going seems equally intriguing (and I have no doubt that Rivkah will pick up the threads that have been set aside in future volumes). A bit simplistic, but the characters are strong enough that that can be overlooked. Good stuff, this. *** ½


    3. I really love the illustrations of this one - anime-like, but there is still something unique about them. I also like this series because it tackles some pretty hefty issues - religion, sexuality, identity, being a liberal living in Texas.


    4. This volume lead Leah to some discoveries about herself. She realized that what really got to her about her sister being gay was that it meant her sister could leave her.



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