Publish date: September 10th 2013
Publisher: First Second
Pages no: 170
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Historical Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: Boxers & Saints (#2)
I love Gene Luen Yang's work. It always hooks me right away, keeps me wondering, and sticks with me long after finishing. Saints is no different. I felt so bad for Four-Girl! And I was really hoping for a different end, even though I knew better. I honestly wasn't expecting the prologue at all thoug...
Saints by Gene Luen Yang is about this Chinese girl that was call "four girl" and how her grandfather never liked her especially right after she accidentally broke a Chinese god sculpture. After that she was called a "devil" and because of that she started to make weird faces. Then she was sent to s...
This is an excellent book, the drawings are great and I love how the Joan of Arc sequences are drawn in gold.I also learned I know appallingly little about the Boxer Rebellion. I will be reading [book:Boxers|17210470] next, so perhaps I will learn a bit. I guess it it supposed to be first, but that'...
And the conclusion to the duology was just as good as the first one. It fills in some gaps that the first one left you off with and properly shows you the ending to the whole series as well. It's heartbreaking, emotional, and painful all around. This series is not for the faint of heart, but it is a...
I preferred this volume over "Boxers"! There is an amazing visual that just caught my breath and when I was finally done, I needed to take the rest of the day before being able to start another book.