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The final volume of the award-winning series as Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley must defend Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types from the mysterious force known as the Grey! THE END OF SUMMER IS HERE. Jo, Mal, Molly, April, Ripley and the scouts of Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Typ The final volume of the award-winning series as Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley must defend Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types from the mysterious force known as the Grey! THE END OF SUMMER IS HERE. Jo, Mal, Molly, April, Ripley and the scouts of Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types are running out of time to fight back against the mysterious force known as the Grey! And even if they succeed, they will have to deal with their biggest challenge yet - saying goodbye as summer finally comes to an end. The team of Kat Leyh, Shannon Watters, Alexa Bosy, Kanesha C. Bryant and returning series co-creator Brooklyn Allen conclude one of the most important and acclaimed comics of the century by taking Friendship To The Max one last time. Collects Lumberjanes #75 and Lumberjanes: End of Summer #1.


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The final volume of the award-winning series as Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley must defend Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types from the mysterious force known as the Grey! THE END OF SUMMER IS HERE. Jo, Mal, Molly, April, Ripley and the scouts of Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Typ The final volume of the award-winning series as Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley must defend Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types from the mysterious force known as the Grey! THE END OF SUMMER IS HERE. Jo, Mal, Molly, April, Ripley and the scouts of Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types are running out of time to fight back against the mysterious force known as the Grey! And even if they succeed, they will have to deal with their biggest challenge yet - saying goodbye as summer finally comes to an end. The team of Kat Leyh, Shannon Watters, Alexa Bosy, Kanesha C. Bryant and returning series co-creator Brooklyn Allen conclude one of the most important and acclaimed comics of the century by taking Friendship To The Max one last time. Collects Lumberjanes #75 and Lumberjanes: End of Summer #1.

30 review for Lumberjanes, Vol. 20: End of Summer

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kati

    My niece and I began reading these together when she was 6. Three years later, now she reads Lumberjanes on her own, without me, but for this special last adventure the kiddo asked me to read it to her. I was crying so hard that by the end my niece read the final pages to me. It's been wonderful to read this series for so many reasons. I will truly miss the Roanoke Cabin. FRIENDSHIP TO THE MAX! My niece and I began reading these together when she was 6. Three years later, now she reads Lumberjanes on her own, without me, but for this special last adventure the kiddo asked me to read it to her. I was crying so hard that by the end my niece read the final pages to me. It's been wonderful to read this series for so many reasons. I will truly miss the Roanoke Cabin. FRIENDSHIP TO THE MAX!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alissa

    This was cute. And perfectly awesome, if we're talking a Regular Janes Adventure. But for a Grand Finale to the Whole Series? Hmmm... I suppose I expected more. True, there were fun callbacks to previous Lumberjane stories. And true, most, if not all, the critters, beasties, and mythological characters we've met in past volumes at least made cameos. But overall? It seemed the authors/artists were more focused Easter Egg Inclusion than crafting a worthy Series Finale. The story seemed rushed, the This was cute. And perfectly awesome, if we're talking a Regular Janes Adventure. But for a Grand Finale to the Whole Series? Hmmm... I suppose I expected more. True, there were fun callbacks to previous Lumberjane stories. And true, most, if not all, the critters, beasties, and mythological characters we've met in past volumes at least made cameos. But overall? It seemed the authors/artists were more focused Easter Egg Inclusion than crafting a worthy Series Finale. The story seemed rushed, the ending was anticlimactic, and there were more than a few wtf moments that did not add to the story and, tbh, just didn't make any sense ((view spoiler)[Molly transforming into a deer? And a seemingly male deer [antlers] at that? Huh?!?!?!? (hide spoiler)] ). The Bad Guy was defeated much too easily and the whole thing was over entirely too quickly. But at least we have confirmation that (view spoiler)[the Kitten Holy is actually a real thing and not just a figment of Ripley's wishful thinking (hide spoiler)] . The story had its moments, but for an eagerly-anticipated End Game to a series I've been following for more than 5 years... I am disappointed.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Satrina T

    Last volume of the Lumberjanes. I can't believe all the time since I started reading this comic. An evil force advances through the forest so all the creatures are in trouble and the Lumberjanes must join to stop this thing from spreading. Nice closure to the series. (view spoiler)[I'm thinking the focus on Molly was because she came to camp with many self-doubts so I'm glad to see she overcame them (hide spoiler)] “You’re not the person you were when you started, and you’ll never be again. You’re lik Last volume of the Lumberjanes. I can't believe all the time since I started reading this comic. An evil force advances through the forest so all the creatures are in trouble and the Lumberjanes must join to stop this thing from spreading. Nice closure to the series. (view spoiler)[I'm thinking the focus on Molly was because she came to camp with many self-doubts so I'm glad to see she overcame them (hide spoiler)] “You’re not the person you were when you started, and you’ll never be again. You’re like a tree… You’ve grown. There are a few more rings inside of your heart. You’ve made mistakes, and you’ve learned to apologize for them. You’ve loved, and lost those you’ve loved You’re a stronger trunk to lean on.”

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    While I'm sad these are over, I get why they have to be. I already was losing interest in the series and this one didn't really do it for me. I get why they felt the need to spend so much time bringing back all the side characters (I personally would have rioted if Diane wasn't in this, I'm OBSESSED) but it really took away from what could have been a heartfelt goodbye to the main squad. Also, Molly fans get closure. Molly's always been my least favourite though so maybe I'm just jealous. While I'm sad these are over, I get why they have to be. I already was losing interest in the series and this one didn't really do it for me. I get why they felt the need to spend so much time bringing back all the side characters (I personally would have rioted if Diane wasn't in this, I'm OBSESSED) but it really took away from what could have been a heartfelt goodbye to the main squad. Also, Molly fans get closure. Molly's always been my least favourite though so maybe I'm just jealous.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ella

    Wow - this was an incredible and fitting conclusion to an amazing series. The Lumberjanes books have always been a place I could go to cheer up, ground myself, and be inspired by the brave, wacky, and fun girls of the Roanoke cabin. I highly recommend this series to adventurers of any age, and these books tie together so many great themes and lessons that always find the mark. I think there's a story in here for everyone! Friendship to the max! Wow - this was an incredible and fitting conclusion to an amazing series. The Lumberjanes books have always been a place I could go to cheer up, ground myself, and be inspired by the brave, wacky, and fun girls of the Roanoke cabin. I highly recommend this series to adventurers of any age, and these books tie together so many great themes and lessons that always find the mark. I think there's a story in here for everyone! Friendship to the max!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Owen

    I'll really miss this series. Each volume was always a delight to read. I'll really miss this series. Each volume was always a delight to read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    R C

    A fun finale, filled with many of the familiar faces we've met. A fun finale, filled with many of the familiar faces we've met.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bill Coffin

    This is a collective review for the entire Lumberjanes series. I’ve been wanting to do a complete Lumberjanes read-through ever since I bought the first TPB at the New York ComiCon, back when the series first started. My son and I had just finished reading Namona together, and I was a big Noelle Stevenson fan on the back of that, so Lumberjanes was an obvious choice for what to read next. I read the first few volumes, and then let it sit for a few years as the series ran its course. Now, I have t This is a collective review for the entire Lumberjanes series. I’ve been wanting to do a complete Lumberjanes read-through ever since I bought the first TPB at the New York ComiCon, back when the series first started. My son and I had just finished reading Namona together, and I was a big Noelle Stevenson fan on the back of that, so Lumberjanes was an obvious choice for what to read next. I read the first few volumes, and then let it sit for a few years as the series ran its course. Now, I have the chance to go back and take it all in as a single, extended reading. So what’s the verdict? Lumberjanes is a magnificent comic property. Even if it doesn’t speak to you directly (and it doesn’t always speak that strongly to me), the truth is that a book with this much heart, accessibility, respect for each others’ differences, love for a good yarn, and investment in its own characters is a book worth everyone’s notice. The story involves a very long and unusual summer for a gang of young women at a summer camp where mythical beasts roams and time works at its own pace. It is full of both epic danger and mundane camp stuff, where we might see our heroines fighting a creature from Greek myth one volume, and play a board game of their own making in another. For them, this time-warping summer camp experience is an extended exercise in facing the many challenges of burgeoning adulthood, where growing together matters more than growing up. Throughout the Lumberjanes is a strong commitment to representation, and this book really delivers there. Just about every reader can easily see themselves in Lumberjanes, which is a feature, not a bug. Even though the stories themselves can hit a kind of rut without any real stakes or advancement of characters or meta-plot (this was especially the case once Stevenson moved off the book), the fact remains that this is a story that provides a much-needed presence in the world of graphic storytelling. You’re not going to find many books this overwhelmingly positive, especially to any dimension of diversity within the audience, and in a comics scene that so often meets diversity kicking and screaming, Lumberjanes' steadfast embrace of our differences really matters. There are more than a few books that feel cut from the Lumberjanes cloth nowadays, but one imagines they wouldn’t be around if not for Lumberjanes themselves. And you know what? We’re all better for it. Whether you like this book or not, you must respect it, and that is no small thing.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Amanda [Novel Addiction]

    Is it really over?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Bartos

    This felt like a satisfying conclusion to the series, though not entirely perfect. However, wrapping up such a big series is a daunting task, so overall, I think it was done well. Not much to say beyond that, but long live the Lumberjanes!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Randi

    I’ve loved this series so much!!! It’s what got me into comics. ❤️🪵🌈🦝❤️

  12. 5 out of 5

    Emily Rundle

    I'm torn between 4 and 5 stars on this one. Was it a satisfying ending to the series? Yes. Was it the perfect ending to the series? Therein lies my uncertainty. (view spoiler)[ The Good: I loved the focus on Molly here. I feel like she really got to shine and find herself before going home. I think the series needed to end with her having her moment. The return of characters we met in the past was fun. Seafarin' Karen, Bearwoman and Abigail were highlights that I felt really positively impacted t I'm torn between 4 and 5 stars on this one. Was it a satisfying ending to the series? Yes. Was it the perfect ending to the series? Therein lies my uncertainty. (view spoiler)[ The Good: I loved the focus on Molly here. I feel like she really got to shine and find herself before going home. I think the series needed to end with her having her moment. The return of characters we met in the past was fun. Seafarin' Karen, Bearwoman and Abigail were highlights that I felt really positively impacted the ending. The focus on change and problems in our lives being something that is unavoidable/ doesn't really ever go away was really refreshing. Sometimes endings are a little too cookie cutter for me ("We saved the day and everything is going to be fine and we'll see each other next summer and it nothing bad will ever happen again, yay!"), and this was anything but cookie cutter. I think it's important for endings to be more open, and avoid the happily ever after. This ending fit the bill with the fox's eternal mischief being addressed as something that won't ever really go away, Molly having to go back home to her parents who we know are strict and don't understand her, and there not being a true promise of when the girls are going to see each other again. It's definitely not the ending for everyone, but I enjoyed it! The not so good: The focus on the return of characters from the previous volumes was... a lot honestly. It felt like too much of a good thing for sure. I thought that the bit with Jo and the stone guardians "Not everyone remembers us" was fun, but otherwise I didn't feel like I needed to see the selkies and the mermaids and the yetis, etc. again. I think the space could have been better used to bring more of Abigail and Jen in, which I missed here. Diane and Hes's plot was fun, I liked that we're seeing them together and their trip to Olympus was interesting. It just felt kind of flat when the outcome of the whole trip was a quick throwaway power boost for Ripley and the magic cats. Was the kitten holy fun? Yes. But it just didn't feel like it made an impact equivalent to the set up. I actually said "That's it?" while reading this part. The bonus comics were well... bonus comics. I think it would have been fun to include some post camp scenes or even just a little blurb from their new group chat instead, but my feelings on the bonus comics has always been a little meh. (hide spoiler)] I'll certainly be missing this series. It has such great representation of identities and it was certainly a very fun and exciting read for me. I'll be keeping an eye out for what comes next from the authors and artists that brought the Roanokes to life.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jaime Leigh

    I remember when Allie from HardbackHorder mentioned this series in one of her recommendation videos. At that time, there were only three volumes released. I checked out the first two and brought them on a trip my sister and I were taking to the mountains with our friends and their families. I absolutely devoured the first two volumes and have read every single one since. It is definitely the longest series I have ever completed. There were some definite wins and misses along the way. I'm current I remember when Allie from HardbackHorder mentioned this series in one of her recommendation videos. At that time, there were only three volumes released. I checked out the first two and brought them on a trip my sister and I were taking to the mountains with our friends and their families. I absolutely devoured the first two volumes and have read every single one since. It is definitely the longest series I have ever completed. There were some definite wins and misses along the way. I'm currently writing this on my phone before I go to bed, but if I remember, I'll come back and include my highest and lowest rated volumes. Unfortunately, this volume tried to finish a storyline with the fox and cursed forest being that absolutely didn't work for me. This part did, but I was already so frustrated with how the storyline had been written (more like how it had been underdeveloped/mishandled) that it made it less enjoyable to see it concluded here. Other than that though, this was a really solid ending. The messages were good, the characters from the past returned, the art work was pretty and represented the characters well, and the note from Rosie in the end did make me a little misty eyed. Overall, I still recommend this series and this volume, although I understand why many people gave it up along the way. I think it is perfectly legitimate to read the whole series and make your own opinions on the good and the bad, or to see which ones got the most universal praise and read those exclusively. You could honestly probably put stuff together enough to do it this way. Anyway, I feel proud I completed something this long, thank the people who made all 20 volumes, and am definitely going to miss picking up the new volumes every year.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    The End Of Summer is fast approaching, but so is the indomitable force known as The Grey! Can the 'Janes and their friends save their forest one last time? This is basically the second half of the plot that began in the previous volume, featuring the final 'battle' with The Grey and the 'Janes' last days at camp. It's a bittersweet ending, and while the peril is there and it feels like a suitable story to end on, the ending itself kind of falls a little flat. Everyone says goodbye and leaves, and The End Of Summer is fast approaching, but so is the indomitable force known as The Grey! Can the 'Janes and their friends save their forest one last time? This is basically the second half of the plot that began in the previous volume, featuring the final 'battle' with The Grey and the 'Janes' last days at camp. It's a bittersweet ending, and while the peril is there and it feels like a suitable story to end on, the ending itself kind of falls a little flat. Everyone says goodbye and leaves, and that's kind of it. I know there's the promise to meet again, which makes sense since this is just summer camp, but I think a little more time on the emotional beats at the end might have been better. Also collected is the Farewell To Summer Special, which is a collection of four or five short stories set before the end of summer. It's cute, but it dilutes the ending by being placed at the end of the volume - it would have been better served in the previous volume, or even the one before that as a kind of prelude to the end. Lumberjanes has always been entertaining, and even when it's missing a few steps here and there it's still leading the pack. This final volume isn't perfect, but it's a nice farewell to the characters we've been friends with for the last 7 or so years, with a promise that maybe one day we'll see them again.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chloé

    Author: Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh, Brooklyn Allen, Alexa Bosy, Kanesha C. Bryant and Maarta Laiho Genre: Graphic Novel Age Range: Young Adult Format: Paperback Published: 9th November 2021 Pages: 123 Rating: 4 Stars Goodreads Synopsis The final volume of the award-winning series as Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley must defend Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types from the mysterious force known as the Grey! THE END OF SUMMER IS HERE. Jo, Mal, Molly, April, Author: Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh, Brooklyn Allen, Alexa Bosy, Kanesha C. Bryant and Maarta Laiho Genre: Graphic Novel Age Range: Young Adult Format: Paperback Published: 9th November 2021 Pages: 123 Rating: 4 Stars Goodreads Synopsis The final volume of the award-winning series as Jo, Mal, Molly, April and Ripley must defend Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types from the mysterious force known as the Grey! THE END OF SUMMER IS HERE. Jo, Mal, Molly, April, Ripley and the scouts of Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's Camp for Hardcore Lady Types are running out of time to fight back against the mysterious force known as the Grey! And even if they succeed, they will have to deal with their biggest challenge yet - saying goodbye as summer finally comes to an end. The team of Kat Leyh, Shannon Watters, Alexa Bosy, Kanesha C. Bryant and returning series co-creator Brooklyn Allen conclude one of the most important and acclaimed comics of the century by taking Friendship To The Max one last time. Review This review may contain spoilers. This is the final instalment in the lumberjanes series, and I was feeling quite emotional going into it as I have loved making my way through this series. I have to say while this did make me cry, I expected to be more emotional while reading but honestly, I felt more emotional reading volume 19 than this final volume. I did enjoy that we had many returning characters and creatures who had appeared in previous novels. My favourite aspect of this volume and this series, in general, is the characters, I have loved seeing them develop as the series went on and I love the friendships between the girls. There were some cute little, short stories included at the back which I absolutely loved reading, if you’re a fan of this series I definitely recommend reading them. Overall, this was a great final instalment in the YA Graphic Novel series Lumberjanes with great characters and many call-backs to previous volumes, although I expected this to make me a bit more emotional than it did.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nadina

    This was a very satisfying ending to the series and I am glad that it ended, it really felt like it was time. I liked the characters, the plot was good. At the beginning of the series Inloved the artwork, as I approached the end, including in this volume, I was not as keen on how some of the characters were drawn. I originally thought I would buy the whole series when I was done, but I am not so sure if I will now, I might reread from the beginning at some point, but I wonder if this was a serie This was a very satisfying ending to the series and I am glad that it ended, it really felt like it was time. I liked the characters, the plot was good. At the beginning of the series Inloved the artwork, as I approached the end, including in this volume, I was not as keen on how some of the characters were drawn. I originally thought I would buy the whole series when I was done, but I am not so sure if I will now, I might reread from the beginning at some point, but I wonder if this was a series to read once. I really did like all the characters, how they grew over the course of the series, but still kept their essence. It was a fun series, I just wish the artwork style could have stayed the same.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Alisha

    I technically read the end of this as individual issues, so though I haven't read this exact volume, I have read the issues that are inside. The end of Summer is Here!! I can't believe it's the end of the Lumberjanes. So bitter sweet. All my favorite characters made an appearance and I felt like I got to say goodbye to everyone. The only thing was that the art style changed a lot? It's been like that with a lot of issues and I'm not sure what's happening there, but I wish it stuck to one. Anywho, th I technically read the end of this as individual issues, so though I haven't read this exact volume, I have read the issues that are inside. The end of Summer is Here!! I can't believe it's the end of the Lumberjanes. So bitter sweet. All my favorite characters made an appearance and I felt like I got to say goodbye to everyone. The only thing was that the art style changed a lot? It's been like that with a lot of issues and I'm not sure what's happening there, but I wish it stuck to one. Anywho, thank you Lumberjanes, for being there over all these years. You all could always put a smile on my face.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Molly Walker

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was a lovely, if somewhat rushed, ending to a beautiful series. I've been with the Roanoke girls since the beginning and I've been dreading saying goodbye. I loved getting to revisit characters and creatures from earlier in the series and connecting with the 'Janes one final time. (Yay for the return of the Kitten Holy!) The ending felt a little rushed and too easily wrapped up for my liking, but I'm glad everyone got their happy ending. I'd love to see the group chat! Despite some ups and This was a lovely, if somewhat rushed, ending to a beautiful series. I've been with the Roanoke girls since the beginning and I've been dreading saying goodbye. I loved getting to revisit characters and creatures from earlier in the series and connecting with the 'Janes one final time. (Yay for the return of the Kitten Holy!) The ending felt a little rushed and too easily wrapped up for my liking, but I'm glad everyone got their happy ending. I'd love to see the group chat! Despite some ups and downs, overall Lumberjanes is sweet, powerful story of friendship, embracing the weird, and being true to yourself.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Abigail Pankau

    There is a Grey force that is slowly swallowing the forest, that wants to bring order and sameness to the world. The Lumberjanes gather all the creatures, both regular and magical, at the camp to try to save everyone. But still they are threatened. They will have to find some way to defeat the Grey to save the forest and themselves. This was an excellent end to this series. We get to see all the magical creatures from various adventures again, and we get to see the Janes work together one last t There is a Grey force that is slowly swallowing the forest, that wants to bring order and sameness to the world. The Lumberjanes gather all the creatures, both regular and magical, at the camp to try to save everyone. But still they are threatened. They will have to find some way to defeat the Grey to save the forest and themselves. This was an excellent end to this series. We get to see all the magical creatures from various adventures again, and we get to see the Janes work together one last time. A great way to send the series off.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mabel

    Technically this volume isn't out yet, but I have read the separate parts individually. I feel the ending was a bit rushed, but truly embraced the lumberjane spirit! All my favourite characters made an appearance which was great, and the letter at the end made me cry. Only criticism is the art style really threw me. All the characters were changing size and height constantly, unsure why. Overall, a good ending to a lovely series! Technically this volume isn't out yet, but I have read the separate parts individually. I feel the ending was a bit rushed, but truly embraced the lumberjane spirit! All my favourite characters made an appearance which was great, and the letter at the end made me cry. Only criticism is the art style really threw me. All the characters were changing size and height constantly, unsure why. Overall, a good ending to a lovely series!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    A lovely end to the series. There are some questions I would have still liked better explanations for (such as more info on the big rock golem-things, as an example), but, at the end of the day, this is a series that's all about fun, friendship, acceptance, and growing up--so "because magical forest" actually does a perfectly fine job of summing things up. Enjoyable from beginning to end--not just this particular book, but the whole series. A feel-good read if ever there was one. A lovely end to the series. There are some questions I would have still liked better explanations for (such as more info on the big rock golem-things, as an example), but, at the end of the day, this is a series that's all about fun, friendship, acceptance, and growing up--so "because magical forest" actually does a perfectly fine job of summing things up. Enjoyable from beginning to end--not just this particular book, but the whole series. A feel-good read if ever there was one.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Devann

    A decent volume but it seemed very rushed and all over the place. I think it would have been better to just spend this volume defeating the grey and then have another volume as the actual last one with a kind of wrap-up party where they bring back random characters from the whole series because trying to do it all at once just felt like bouncing around too much. I really love this series overall though and I'll definitely miss it. A decent volume but it seemed very rushed and all over the place. I think it would have been better to just spend this volume defeating the grey and then have another volume as the actual last one with a kind of wrap-up party where they bring back random characters from the whole series because trying to do it all at once just felt like bouncing around too much. I really love this series overall though and I'll definitely miss it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Christiane

    I think the greatest thing someone can say about someone else's writing is that they would read it all again if they could and that they want more. Well, I want more. I want to go back to the beginning of the summer with Mal, Molly, Jo, April, and Ripley and start all over again. I want more adventures and stories of the Lumberjanes that came before them. I just want to do it all over again. This was a wonderful end to the series. See you next summer, Lumberjanes! I think the greatest thing someone can say about someone else's writing is that they would read it all again if they could and that they want more. Well, I want more. I want to go back to the beginning of the summer with Mal, Molly, Jo, April, and Ripley and start all over again. I want more adventures and stories of the Lumberjanes that came before them. I just want to do it all over again. This was a wonderful end to the series. See you next summer, Lumberjanes!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Olivia Ambrose

    Endings are always going to be a little bit sad. And I'm definitely sad that this series is over. Although there were some adventures that I didn't enjoy as much as others, I fully enjoyed the whole adventure. I'm always going to remember my summer with the Roanokes, and I've truly enjoyed getting to know and visit these characters. Endings are always going to be a little bit sad. And I'm definitely sad that this series is over. Although there were some adventures that I didn't enjoy as much as others, I fully enjoyed the whole adventure. I'm always going to remember my summer with the Roanokes, and I've truly enjoyed getting to know and visit these characters.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lia Apperley

    I think I expected a little bit more to the grand finale of the series, but I still thought it was a fun and nice end to a wholesome and adventure-filled series. It was nice to see characters from previous volumes pop up and the friendship was precious as always. I will miss this series but it feels right for it to end now.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Individual issue reviews: #75 | End of Summer #1 Total review score: 3.25 Individual issue reviews: #75 | End of Summer #1 Total review score: 3.25

  27. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    This was a great ending to the summer camp season. Ripley is still my absolute favorite, and I loved the reappearance of the Kitten Holy. Though I do truly worry about Molly going back home and how that will negatively impact her.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    There's a lot packed into this series finale. There's plenty of action, a bit of character development, and most of all, Lumberjanes being Lumberjanes together. I like that, though this is the end of the series, the characters will continue to have adventures of their own without us. There's a lot packed into this series finale. There's plenty of action, a bit of character development, and most of all, Lumberjanes being Lumberjanes together. I like that, though this is the end of the series, the characters will continue to have adventures of their own without us.

  29. 5 out of 5

    HaileyAnne

    I am in denial that this is the final volume. But it was such a great conclusion to the story. I have loved Lumberjanes so so so much. The representation, the friendship, the humor-- I just love everything about it and I know these will remain a favorite of mine for a very long time. Okay, forever.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kate Copeseeley

    So sad that the series is over, but summer can’t last forever. I greatly enjoyed the refresh on all the friends that they had met. And even though the ending was a bit anti-climactic, I could really appreciate how far we’ve come on this journey.

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