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Product Details

  • Series: Minx Graphic Novels
  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Minx (September 12, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401211488
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401211486
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.4 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #577,469 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews


"(on Lucifer): "The best mainstream comic currently being published..." - Jockey Slut "I'm left searching my thesaurus again for new words of praise." - Comics International (On Serenity Rose): "a book that I couldn't put down and desperately want to read more from" - ReadAboutComics.com" --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

About the Author

Mike Carey is a comics writer, novelist and screenwriter who lives and works in London, England. He is best known for his work on Vertigo's LUCIFER and HELLBLAZER series, and is the author of the novel The Devil You Know (Warner Books).

Louise Carey, daughter of Mike Carey, has written The Diary of a London Schoolgirl for the website of the London Metropolitan archive. She is a member of the Chicken Shed theatre company in London and has acted in their productions of Alice in Wonderland and Grimm Nights.

Aaron Alexovich was born in Chicago, Illinois, the year Elvis died. He currently sleeps the daylight hours away in Southern California. He contributed designs to Invader Zim and Avatar: The Last Airbender, and is the creator of Serenity Rose.

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​AARON ALEXOVICH (who is me)'S first professional art job was drawing deformed children for Nickelodeon's Invader Zim. Since then he's been deforming children for various animation and comic projects, including Avatar: The Last Airbender, Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja, Disney's Haunted Mansion, DC's Fables, Kimmie66, Confessions of a Blabbermouth, the Lovecraftian horror/comedy ELDRITCH! (with art by Drew Rausch) and three volumes of his own beloved Serenity Rose.

Aaron was born and raised under seventeen beautiful miles of ice in Chicago, IL, but currently lives in Southern California, where the bright light makes him sneeze for mysterious reasons.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ChibiNeko VINE VOICE on July 7, 2012
Format: Paperback
I'll admit that most of my love for this comic directly correlates with how wonderful the artwork is. It's absolutely adorable and really suits the characters. The story? Well, it's cute but I'll admit that occasionally I raised an eyebrow or two.

The basic theme here is friendship, which I'll admit I liked. I truly did like the interactions between Chloe and Tash. They work well together and I really rooted for them to be able to end the book as friends or even sisters. What I didn't like was how Chloe's father was portrayed. I know that he was intended to be an unlikable character, but his personality is so over the top that it's actually pretty unbelievable and I think the book's reveals would have been better served if the author had tried to make his personality more realistic or at least played up his reasons a little more. The same goes for the bully (whose name I can't remember). It's things like this that just made the ending sort of fizzle when it should have popped.

Overall though, this is a rather cute read and one I'd recommend, but as a library read first. It's something that I'm glad I read, but I have to admit that I'm glad I read it at the library.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anna Clare on April 12, 2012
Format: Paperback
Despite the dodgy title and the even dodgier front cover (a laptop is featured with emoticons coming out of the screen in speech bubbles...urgh) underneath the painfully trying-to-be-cool-and-becomes-desperately-uncool exterior is a fantastic book. And I never thought I would say that this little comic is fantastic. But it really is. The dialogue is incredibly fast-paced and teeming with clever word play and gutsy gusto that I just wasn't expecting. The story is engaging and, personally, I loved Tash and Ben's relationship even though it wasn't featured very much. Tash herself is a hyperbole of a teenager with attitude, and by portraying her as so over the top it actually makes her extremely lovable. Teenagers do not act like this or have lives like this...and the authors don't pretend they do which makes a change from most other YA fiction you read written by men in their forties pretending they're still cool.
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By Steven R. McEvoy on September 20, 2010
Format: Paperback
It was very humorous to find out that a story about a father ghostwriting for his daughter was written by a father and daughter team. This is not my favorite story in the MINX line, but it was a good read with strong female characters that learn to bond together. There are hints at abuse, bullying at school, issues of blended families. There are a lot of good topics covered in this book.

Tasha is headed for a breakdown. Her mother's new boyfriend is a writer who is spurring his daughter on to follow the family vocation. He is overbearing, obnoxious and pigheaded. His daughter starts attending Tasha's school and things get even worse. Then for the holidays they have to take a trip together to America; Tasha is about to lose it.

I loved Mike's first graphic novel in this series, and it provoked my tracking down the others. I was a little disappointed in this one, compared to the series as a whole, and especially compared to Re-Gifters. There are some good themes and topics but as a whole it just did not resonate with me the way some of the others have.
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