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A “webcomics” online story, compiled here in book form. Bayou takes place in 1930’s Mississippi, amidst the backdrop of sharecropping and segregation. Read morePublished 11 months ago by P. M. Bradshaw
This book is a treasure. The story sucks you in and the illustrations are stunning.Published 13 months ago by K. Andry
Set in the small town of Charon in Mississippi during the Depression-era, segregation is in full swing and racism so pervasive that a black man is lynched for whistling at a white... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Sam Quixote
Love a good graphic novel and just realized I'm 2.5 years late with my review. As is want to happen with this degree of tardiness: I have nothing original to write, the other... Read morePublished on November 10, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Mesmerized by the images, wooed by the colors, and charmed by the story... I can't believe I haven't picked up volume two yet!Published on March 13, 2012 by Nikki24
As an adult, I rarely get excited about comics anymore. Either I love the artwork but hate the weak storyline, or love story but can't stand the lousy excuse for art accompanying... Read morePublished on August 24, 2011 by Bella @ Beguile Thy Sorrow
Down south in a time of great depression lives a young black sharecropper's daughter, Lee Wagstaff, and white friend Lily Westmorelend. One day Lily loses a locket... Read morePublished on June 28, 2011 by Andy Shuping
I bought this as a present for my girlfriend, who first saw it through her PSP as a kind of demo, we waited for a long time to buy the two volumes. Read morePublished on May 23, 2011 by Paul J. Rodriguez Voisin
"The bayou is a bad place, ain't nuthin' good ever happened there ... "
When Lee Wagstaff told her pig-headed friend Lily that, she meant every word of it. Read more