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The Unwritten: Tommy Taylor and the Ship That Sank Twice - Mike Carey, Peter Gross
The Unwritten: Tommy Taylor and the Ship That Sank Twice
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Tom Taylor has lived his life being mistaken for Tommy Taylor, the boy wizard from the world-famous series of novels penned by Tom's long-lost father Wilson. However, after a series of strange events start to parallel the lives of both Taylors--fictional and real--Tom realizes that he might be... show more
Tom Taylor has lived his life being mistaken for Tommy Taylor, the boy wizard from the world-famous series of novels penned by Tom's long-lost father Wilson. However, after a series of strange events start to parallel the lives of both Taylors--fictional and real--Tom realizes that he might be the character on page made flesh. In this first-ever original graphic novel spinning off from the pages of the critically acclaimed THE UNWRITTEN series, writer Mike Carey explores the origins behind Tom's mysterious powers and the odyssey his father has sent him on.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781401229764 (140122976X)
Publisher: Vertigo
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
Series: The Unwritten
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Ruined by Reading
Ruined by Reading rated it
3.0 Expecto Derivatum
Unwritten: Tommy Taylor and the Ship that Sank Twice was the first volume of the Unwritten series I’d encountered. The illustrations were fantastic, but the main story—that of the comic Tommy’s history—was so derivative of the Harry Potter series that it was a distraction. The frame story—that of a ...
Shelf Indulgence
Shelf Indulgence rated it
4.0 The Unwritten: Tommy Taylor and the Ship That Sank Twice
The story of Tommy Taylor (the main character and "real" person in the story of The Unwritten) has been revealed to us in bits and pieces throughout the ongoing story of this graphic novel series. What we do know reveals that he had an awkward upbringing, to say the least, as he was manipulated by ...
Merry Meerkat Marginalia
Merry Meerkat Marginalia rated it
4.0
Star Rating Art: 4 StarsStar Rating Story: 4.5 StarsNetgalley review.First Impression: It seems to be a better starting point than volume 1 of the unwritten. I like the art.Plot/Storyline: Very good. Art/Colors: Subdued, but nice. The font during the time of the books writing is really hard to rea...
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