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When David Lost His Voice - Judith Vanistendael, Nora Mahony
When David Lost His Voice
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  The doctor’s report is final: David has cancer. Now the whole family is under the same terrible verdict. David’s wife becomes progressively consumed by the looming shadow of death while his daughters struggle to be as helpful as possible. Meanwhile, David soldiers on, not wanting the tumor to... show more
  The doctor’s report is final: David has cancer. Now the whole family is under the same terrible verdict. David’s wife becomes progressively consumed by the looming shadow of death while his daughters struggle to be as helpful as possible. Meanwhile, David soldiers on, not wanting the tumor to rob him of everything, including the chance to see his granddaughter grow up. Vanistendael’s extraordinary art and sensitive text provide a powerful portrayal of a family preparing for life after unimaginable loss. Praise for When David Lost His Voice: “Neither sentimental nor cynical, this narrative holds the most delicate aspects of family life gently and openly for readers to immerse themselves.” —Booklist “Vanistendael’s illustrations are gorgeous, dynamic, and deeply emotive, with a hint of sentimentality.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review “The sensitive and compelling writing is enhanced by Vanistendael’s color art, which is simple, impressionistic, and beautifully designed.” —Library Journal "A poignant cancer drama" - The A.V. Club “Vanistendael’s fine art is dazzling, breathtaking, and a visual tour de force, one of the best things I’ve seen in a graphic novel.” —The Miami Herald
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781906838546 (1906838542)
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
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4.0 When David Lost His Voice
Excellent use of watercolor to illustrate slips in feeling, consciousness, and hope as an extended family comes to terms with their father/husband's terminal illness.
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