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Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event, but with a gatecrashing goddess, a kitten-napping, and secret crushes coming to light this is a night no one ever expected! STOLEN KITTIES, SECRET CRUSHES & A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event. But their night of star- Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event, but with a gatecrashing goddess, a kitten-napping, and secret crushes coming to light this is a night no one ever expected! STOLEN KITTIES, SECRET CRUSHES & A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event. But their night of star-gazing is thrown off course when half of the Roanoke and Zodiac cabins sneak away into the night in search of aliens, leaving everyone else to deal with a gatecrashing goddess who throws the entire camp into a tizzy. Not to mention there’s a nefarious kitten-napping and a super-secret crush to contend with! Writers Kat Leyh and Shannon Watters team up with talented newcomer Kanesha C. Bryant for the next volume of the New York Times best-selling phenomenon that takes Friendship To The Max! Collects Lumberjanes #65-68.


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Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event, but with a gatecrashing goddess, a kitten-napping, and secret crushes coming to light this is a night no one ever expected! STOLEN KITTIES, SECRET CRUSHES & A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event. But their night of star- Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event, but with a gatecrashing goddess, a kitten-napping, and secret crushes coming to light this is a night no one ever expected! STOLEN KITTIES, SECRET CRUSHES & A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event. But their night of star-gazing is thrown off course when half of the Roanoke and Zodiac cabins sneak away into the night in search of aliens, leaving everyone else to deal with a gatecrashing goddess who throws the entire camp into a tizzy. Not to mention there’s a nefarious kitten-napping and a super-secret crush to contend with! Writers Kat Leyh and Shannon Watters team up with talented newcomer Kanesha C. Bryant for the next volume of the New York Times best-selling phenomenon that takes Friendship To The Max! Collects Lumberjanes #65-68.

30 review for Lumberjanes Vol. 17: Smitten in the Stars

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    Gahhhhhh okay fine. This one was really cute, okay? A lot less substance than the first few editions but I literally do not care at all because this made my heart extremely happy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Devann

    [muffled chanting] ACE ARTEMIS! ACE ARTEMIS! So funny that I was just recently thinking 'wouldn't it be cool if Artemis was ace in Lumberjanes' since a lot of ace people view her that way AND THEN!! Very cute, hope they do more with that. Overall just a really fun volume and I liked the introduction of some Norse mythology as well. [muffled chanting] ACE ARTEMIS! ACE ARTEMIS! So funny that I was just recently thinking 'wouldn't it be cool if Artemis was ace in Lumberjanes' since a lot of ace people view her that way AND THEN!! Very cute, hope they do more with that. Overall just a really fun volume and I liked the introduction of some Norse mythology as well.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Okay, quick review of the actual story - splitting the 'Janes into two groups and getting some new characters involved is something I'd have thought we'd have got a LONG time ago, but it works really well. The is-it-aliens-is-it-not plot is silly, but the goddess stuff counterbalances it well. I love how oblivious everyone is to everyone else. And the artwork takes a little getting used to, but it's a fun change by the end of the volume. But now, to what I really want to say. Asexuality representa Okay, quick review of the actual story - splitting the 'Janes into two groups and getting some new characters involved is something I'd have thought we'd have got a LONG time ago, but it works really well. The is-it-aliens-is-it-not plot is silly, but the goddess stuff counterbalances it well. I love how oblivious everyone is to everyone else. And the artwork takes a little getting used to, but it's a fun change by the end of the volume. But now, to what I really want to say. Asexuality representation in media is few and far between. I can count on one FINGER when I personally have seen a character say that they're not into sex, and I can't recall a single time that I've heard the word asexual spoken/written down. I personally identify as a homoromantic asexual, which is probably even rarer in real life than it is in media. I'd all but given up on seeing someone fall into that category in any of the media I consume. And yet this volume does it. Granted, we still don't get the A word. But then again, Lumberjanes has never said that Jo is trans, or that Barney is non-binary either. They just are. So it fits the way that the book tells its stories, and I can't have everything. But I digress. One of the characters here has the conversation with someone crushing on them, and just tells them outright that they aren't into kissing and that side of relationships. But they're happy to hold hands, and still return their romantic feelings. And their prospective partner just smiles and accepts it, and then they're together. It's just...wonderful to see myself reflected on a page. Okay, I'm a dude, and the two people in this book are female, but it's still there. It's still a homoromantic asexual character, on paper, in front of me. So yeah, all the stars.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alissa

    I keep saying I'm done with this series, and yet... and yet... it keeps tempting me back. WITH KITTENS!!!! While this issue was better than #16, it still wasn't as good as the Early 'Janes. You know, back when the series was fresh and new and plotlines didn't feel as recycled as old Disney animations. But this volume was cute and friendship-focused (per usual) to the max. And it gave the Roanokes (Barney, Diane, and Co) time to shine a bit more than usual. And it had magical kittens. Marigold 💞 and I keep saying I'm done with this series, and yet... and yet... it keeps tempting me back. WITH KITTENS!!!! While this issue was better than #16, it still wasn't as good as the Early 'Janes. You know, back when the series was fresh and new and plotlines didn't feel as recycled as old Disney animations. But this volume was cute and friendship-focused (per usual) to the max. And it gave the Roanokes (Barney, Diane, and Co) time to shine a bit more than usual. And it had magical kittens. Marigold 💞 and some new sparkly feline friends✨...which are, somehow, even better than regular magical kitters. Don't ask how. They just are. Artwork had a bit of a Muppet Babies feel, which was better than the lumpish-ness that it sometimes has (you know, where the characters look kind of like potatoes). Still distracting, though, and I can't really say I like it. But the story was so freaking CUTE!! And KITTENS!! All the things combines... Three star average

  5. 5 out of 5

    Cale

    This is another strong volume that revisits some of the ideas used in Volume 14 but uses them to much better effect, namely by expanding the cast to several of the other cabins and allowing Diane, Emily and the other Zodiacs to take shared billing. Hunting for aliens leads to some more fantastical encounters, and two storylines that merge satisfyingly in the end. Kanesha Bryant's art style is simpler and more angular than AnneMarie Rogers' but it really nails the character designs for both famil This is another strong volume that revisits some of the ideas used in Volume 14 but uses them to much better effect, namely by expanding the cast to several of the other cabins and allowing Diane, Emily and the other Zodiacs to take shared billing. Hunting for aliens leads to some more fantastical encounters, and two storylines that merge satisfyingly in the end. Kanesha Bryant's art style is simpler and more angular than AnneMarie Rogers' but it really nails the character designs for both familiar and relatively new faces. The dialog is notably good, and the story moves very satisfyingly. While our main campers are definitely present throughout, this is Diane's (and to a lesser extent, Emily's) book. And I really appreciated some of the more unique relationships between characters that are highlighted here. If you're a Jo/April/Ripley kind of reader, this might be a little bit disappointing as a volume, but in the overall world of Lumberjanes, I was very impressed.

  6. 5 out of 5

    strawberry

    the ending with hes and diane made me soft :,) loving that aroace rep; i was Not expecting it!! and this particular volume had creative transitions that kept me reading as well as a cute incorporation of both plot lines into one at the end. all these volumes read like episodes of a children's cartoon. i wish there was more of an overarching storyline considered there are only a few volumes left before the series is officially over and as of this volume it's not ramping up to any big conflict or the ending with hes and diane made me soft :,) loving that aroace rep; i was Not expecting it!! and this particular volume had creative transitions that kept me reading as well as a cute incorporation of both plot lines into one at the end. all these volumes read like episodes of a children's cartoon. i wish there was more of an overarching storyline considered there are only a few volumes left before the series is officially over and as of this volume it's not ramping up to any big conflict or anything.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Ranger

    This volume has a lot of heart. It's funny, adventurous, and has just a bit of good characterization. Although it is not as good as the first few titles in the series, I feel like the series is moving back in that direction, especially with this title. I also appreciated the reference to your local library in the introduction to the Cover Gallery. I highly recommend both this volume and this series. This volume has a lot of heart. It's funny, adventurous, and has just a bit of good characterization. Although it is not as good as the first few titles in the series, I feel like the series is moving back in that direction, especially with this title. I also appreciated the reference to your local library in the introduction to the Cover Gallery. I highly recommend both this volume and this series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    The Lumberjane girls are on a hike to a clearing to watch a meteor shower! Half of the Zodiacs and the Roanokes step into the woods to chat, and then they get separated. Diane, a Greek Goddess in human form, runs into a Norse Goddess, and trouble begins. This storyline was great, including all of our favorite Lumberjane characters, mythology, magical kittens, and even a search for aliens! Friendship and even some romance pops up this collection!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Abigail Pankau

    While the whole camp is trying to see the Perseid meteor shower, some of the Roanokes & Zodiacs go to look for aliens. The Norse goddess Freya appears to the rest of camp, Diane gets jealous of the attention, and then there’s a kitten-napping! Lots of wacky excitement, with only a tiny bit of character development this time. Still a fun series.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia

    Can the Lumberjanes never end? I don't even care if I have to watch them do their laundry and wash dishes, I just love them all soo much! I love that we got to see new relationships being born in this one. I loved that we got a little Norse mythology in this one. What else can I say? I see Lumberjanes, I want, and then I read. No question. Can the Lumberjanes never end? I don't even care if I have to watch them do their laundry and wash dishes, I just love them all soo much! I love that we got to see new relationships being born in this one. I loved that we got a little Norse mythology in this one. What else can I say? I see Lumberjanes, I want, and then I read. No question.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    I loved getting to spend some quality time with the Zodiacs, and seeing characters who don't often interact spend a lot of time together. Emily was really a standout character for me. She's given a lot of depth in just four issues! I loved getting to spend some quality time with the Zodiacs, and seeing characters who don't often interact spend a lot of time together. Emily was really a standout character for me. She's given a lot of depth in just four issues!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Smith

    I really love your story, it deserves a lot of audience. If you have some great stories like this one, you can publish it on NovelStar, just submit your story to [email protected] or [email protected]

  13. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    I almost rated this three stars because in the beginning the art style felt detached from the story and the characters that I had come to love. But the ending of this volume was so sweet. I am a sucker for healthy relationships and some asexual representation.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Benedict Navarro

    I really enjoyed reading your book. I read enthusiastically and understood the story. ... If you have some great stories like this one, you can publish it on Novel Star, just submit your story to [email protected] or [email protected]

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    A really fun volume !

  16. 4 out of 5

    Natasha Johnson

    Read as individuals

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sara (A Gingerly Review)

    All of the heart eye emojis

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kyana Lopez

    I really enjoyed this! We got introduced to another goddess and was able to be reminded why we love these girls and fell in love with this series.

  19. 4 out of 5

    G D'ANNA

    Asexual rep, too? Heck yeah! This series is faaantastic.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Freya

    Review to come :)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa Black

    I feel like this is the lumberjanes I’ve been missing for a few volumes. Loved it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Freyja's magical Norse cats that pull a chariot... need I say more? This was a fun volume full of battling gods, crushes, and alien hunting. Freyja's magical Norse cats that pull a chariot... need I say more? This was a fun volume full of battling gods, crushes, and alien hunting.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kai Charles(Fiction State Of Mind)

    The lumberjanes are chasing meteors and Aliens in this fun adventure.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Annamarie Carlson (she, her)

    Lumberjanes adventures continue as Roanoke cabin splits up--half helping a hunt for aliens and half helping Diane keep her cool when goddess Freya appears and steals her thunder.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kay

    I enjoyed this story and seeing more of some of the side characters I enjoy - Diane and Barney mainly - as well as seeing a couple of couples be acknowledged. Very cute!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lacy

    After quite a few duds, this volume FINALLY felt like the old Lumberjanes I originally fell in love with. 🥺🥰

  27. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    Definitely one of my favorite volumes.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    This series explores how it is to be female in the world and all the trials and tribulations that come with it. Also mythological creatures. But this one was just aces!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Giant magical cats and goddesses? Yes please.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sarah T.

    An Ace character! An Ace character!!!

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