Every winter, straight-laced, Ivy League bound Evan looks forward to a visit from Lucy, a childhood pal who moved away after her parent's divorce. But when Lucy arrives this year, she's changed. The former "girl next door" now has chopped dyed black hair, a nose stud, and a scowl. But Evan knows... show more
Every winter, straight-laced, Ivy League bound Evan looks forward to a visit from Lucy, a childhood pal who moved away after her parent's divorce. But when Lucy arrives this year, she's changed. The former "girl next door" now has chopped dyed black hair, a nose stud, and a scowl. But Evan knows that somewhere beneath the Goth, "Old Lucy" still exists, and he's determined to find her... even if it means pissing her off. Garden State meets Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist in this funny and poignant illustrated novel about opposites who fall in love.
Pages no: 331
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
*mild spoilers. Lesson #1 Please Refrain From Writing Characters Thinner Than Medical Dictionary Paper Evan is a prime example of a character of this nature. It has come to my attention that it is entirely possible that the author wrote a one-sentence description of Evan and then made sure that...
Winter Town.. An upcoming indie film starring Michael Cera! .. Well, not really, but it should be! I really enjoyed this book, and I'm a little surprised that I've literally never heard of it before.. More people should read this!With a mixture of prose, art, and comics, this book tells the awesome ...
In and of itself I would've given the novel merely two stars. I gave the third star for the illustrations and their fitting integration into the book. Either way, I wasn't impressed by the style of writing, plot or characterization. Overall, "Winter Town" fell so flat for me, I was actually relieved...
Winter Town is described as a great novel to curl up under the blankets and read book, and it is. The synopsis sets you up for a comfortably well-tread, yet endearing concept, that of best friends who grow up and sometimes grow apart. Evan and Lucy grew up together, until Lucy's parents got divorced...
Difficult to stay interested in with all the cartoons, drawings, etc. Just not my thing, I guess. Plus I prefer my YA with a little "woo woo" to it.
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