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by Craig Thompson
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Poisoning with words
Poisoning with words rated it 7 years ago
El arte es hermoso, y las historias entremezcladas conmovedoras. Trata del amor entre hermanos, de la lucha de los demonios personales, del primer amor, de las dificultades de crear tus propias convicciones y de aceptarte a ti mismo.Claro que mi opinión esta influenciada por el hecho de que esta his...
Julian Meynell's Books
Julian Meynell's Books rated it 7 years ago
There is something about the graphic novel format that ideally lends itself to autobiography. I don't know why that should be, but it is clearly the case. This is a work which is centered around a high school love, really a first crush and intertwined with memories of childhood in a stultifying fu...
The Five-Eyed Bookworm
The Five-Eyed Bookworm rated it 7 years ago
Blankets Author/Illustrator: Craig Thompson Published by Top Shelf Productions Setting: Wisconsin, United States Genre: Graphic novel, Memoir/Autobiography Literary Awards: Harvey Award for Best Artist (2004) | Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards for Best Graphic Album–New (2004) | #1 in Time Magazine...
bryceoc rated it 7 years ago
Utterly captivating, powerful, and honest. There's something so real about it, that makes every poignant moment that much more so. The art is detailed and expressive, and it really helps set this book apart from others like it. This isn't a new story at all (not much in the coming-of-age sub-genre i...
Ruined by Reading
Ruined by Reading rated it 8 years ago
This One Summer is the story a girl’s burgeoning interest in sex and other complications of adulthood. Rose’s family and that of her summer best friend, Windy, always stay at cottages on the lake. But this summer, her mother seems distant and her parents are fighting, so Windy and Rose take off to t...
leaning on the side of wonder
leaning on the side of wonder rated it 8 years ago
This book was doubly daunting to me in that A) it's HUGE (seriously, the paperback copy is gorgeous and HEAVY) and B) it was my first graphic novel. I hesitated for over a month before finally digging in - and was immediately enthralled. The graphics are nothing short of stunning and they way Thomps...
Joanne rated it 8 years ago
I finished this almost-600-page-book in 2 sittings. Just couldn't put it down. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because it just felt a little unresolved. Of course I understand its a memoir and there is no resolution in real life. Sometimes relationships just end that way, but it felt uns...
tinasimms rated it 8 years ago
Blankets starts out with Craig as a young boy in Wisconsin, growing up in a fundamentalist Christian household. He deals with his family, his bullies, his hyper-religious community, and falling in love, all the while struggling to fit into God's kingdom. I'm not particularly spiritual, but I related...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 8 years ago
It's semi-autobiographical and talks about love and loss and religion and growing up and it's a lovely read.
My Secret Hideout
My Secret Hideout rated it 8 years ago
I know a lot of people enjoyed this graphic novel. According to goodreads, over 10,000 of you have given it 5/5 stars but I didn't see the greatness in it.My biggest problem with it were with the characters. There wasn't one I could relate to. Characters did things that I could not imagine ever happ...
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