Lumberjanes, Vol. 11: Time After Crime

Lumberjanes, Vol. 11: Time After Crime

Time is freezing at camp, and it’s up to Roanoke Cabin to stop the nefarious and mysterious forces behind it. When Molly makes a deal with a mysterious Voice in the woods surrounding Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet’s Camp for Hardcore Lady Types to slow down time, she isn’t hoping for an endless summer! All she wants is more time to spend with her frien...

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Title:Lumberjanes, Vol. 11: Time After Crime
Author:Shannon Watters
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Lumberjanes, Vol. 11: Time After Crime Reviews

  • Elizabeth Mellen

    I feel like this one was the perfect continuation to

    . In volume 10, we saw Molly's struggle with her family and how the Roanoke campers have become her family. In this one, Molly, concerned about going home to a crappy family, makes a deal with the voice of an unseen entity, to slow time down at camp "a little" so she can stay longer. Of course, hijinks ensue. One thing I especially love about Lumberjanes as a series, is even after they make mistakes, the other

    I feel like this one was the perfect continuation to

    . In volume 10, we saw Molly's struggle with her family and how the Roanoke campers have become her family. In this one, Molly, concerned about going home to a crappy family, makes a deal with the voice of an unseen entity, to slow time down at camp "a little" so she can stay longer. Of course, hijinks ensue. One thing I especially love about Lumberjanes as a series, is even after they make mistakes, the other campers continue to support and help them and work through their feelings, instead of being angry or bitter. After reading, I had closed it, and looked back at the cover and just have to say how much I appreciate this cover.

  • Elyse

    Fun fun fun! Someone has messed up time at the Lumberjanes camp and the Roanokes are on the trail! I love the situations Watters and crew keep coming up with! And I love Ripley every time! So sad that I'm now all caught up on volumes! I read this for Seasons of Reading's SciFi (& Fantasy) Summer Readathon.

  • Devann

    Another fun volume in the Lumberjanes series! I wasn't in love with the art this time around but I did like that we got a little bit more info on the weird time stuff that is going at the camp, although in true Lumberjanes fashion it definitely raised more questions than answers. I hope the next volume continues in this direction.

  • Rob

    This was an interesting take on "living in the moment". One of the janes doesn't want to return home at the end of the summer so they do something foolish to extend their time.

    I continue to find this series endearing. It talks about a lot of friendship and making the kinds of friends who like you for you are and not pretending to be what you're not to fit in with the crowd. It does so with humor and fantasy elements that always have me reaching for the next volume.

    I feel like the

    This was an interesting take on "living in the moment". One of the janes doesn't want to return home at the end of the summer so they do something foolish to extend their time.

    I continue to find this series endearing. It talks about a lot of friendship and making the kinds of friends who like you for you are and not pretending to be what you're not to fit in with the crowd. It does so with humor and fantasy elements that always have me reaching for the next volume.

    I feel like the artwork is different every volume. Early on it was fairly consistent, but now it seems like they keep rotating through artists. None of it is ever bad, it's just never quite the same.

  • Ian

    Girl power!

  • Kim Dyer

    While I'm not a fan of the art of this volume, I did actually really enjoy this story arc. While it did not really advance Molly's story quite as much as I would have liked, it did introduce (or reintroduce) a few interesting elements. Rosie's roll and nature, the return of Abigail, the sentries and the new sinister voice in the forest. While I'd felt that this series has been a bit filler-y for a while now, this volume gave me hope again that it is building to something.

    Yet, sadly, this trade d

    While I'm not a fan of the art of this volume, I did actually really enjoy this story arc. While it did not really advance Molly's story quite as much as I would have liked, it did introduce (or reintroduce) a few interesting elements. Rosie's roll and nature, the return of Abigail, the sentries and the new sinister voice in the forest. While I'd felt that this series has been a bit filler-y for a while now, this volume gave me hope again that it is building to something.

    Yet, sadly, this trade did not do much to advance the characters. While there was a little more focus on Molly's horrible home life, none of the rest of the girls got a lot of time to shine. Still, I'm still in love with this series and can't wait to see where it goes next.

  • Ana

    Can't say I blame Molly. Time is never your friend.

  • Sarah

    Doesn’t hate the substance of earlier ones in the series.

  • Sylvia

    This one was not one of my favorites. I didn't care for the art and the story line wasn't the best. While I liked that Molly wanted to slow down time, I didn't really get the whole tree stone statue sentry voice thing. Oh well. Here's to hoping the next volume is better.

  • Brianna | RainyDaysAndStormyNights

    I had absolutely no idea what was going on in this volume.

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