- Winner of the American Book Award
- New York Times notable book of the year
"Flood! is a prophetic book"
It is good for an everyday easy read.
This -- and its sister story found in Eric Drooker's BLOOD SONG -- are truly wonderful novels, amazing story, amazing artistic illustration -- visual poetry!
This is a powerful book and it gives us a reminder of the types of stories that can be created without words.
Found out about Eric through all his New Yorker covers. The man has a gift. If you want to be drawn into something and become memorized - look no further, this book will do it!Published 1 month ago by Mark J.
Flood! is a wordless novel composed of scratchboard illustrations by artist Eric Drooker. It continues the rich but little-known tradition of pictorial literature best exemplified... Read morePublished on November 29, 2011 by Karl Janssen
The work displays the journey of one man and the life that he lives over different time periods. It's a tale of destruction, of energy, and oddly enough of hope in some ways. Read morePublished on April 18, 2011 by Andy Shuping
After making a payment for this book, I have never received it nor did I hear anything back from this seller. My attempt to communicate with the seller has failed.Published on December 4, 2010 by N. Vaks
Andy Flynn is eleven years old and lives in Vancouver with his mom and stepfather. His parents got a divorce when he was young, and was told that his father died as a war hero. Read morePublished on February 10, 2006 by Tigers#1
The visual metaphors in this book
are skillful and moving,
as well as very witty at times.
I laughed, I... well I didn't really CRY,
but I did get sniffly. Read more