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Crazy Papers Paperback – February 24, 2006
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"A Comic For The Rest of Us." --dcist.com
Top Customer Reviews
So the summary on the back of the book had something to do with Melanie getting out of her "rut." For one thing, it's not very well established that she's even in a rut. Her impulsive, irresponsible friend tells her she is in a rut, but there is not evidence given that Melanie HERSELF believes she's in a rut. Okay. And then, at the end, the "kick in the pants" that Melanie supposedly needed was done on the VERY LAST PAGE. There's no character development, the story is vague and almost pointless, and the end is VERY unsatisfying.
Unfortunately, though I have great admiration for the artist, I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone else.
The story is about Melanie and two of her friends who meet and mysterious and eccentric stranger. The set-up is interesting, but the final conclusion was a bit of a let down.
If you're a fan of the artist or the author, this is a fun thing to have in your collection. If your looking for a nice looking, short read this would be a good book. But if you are looking for a complex story long and an epic build up, I would look else where.