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It's funny, touching, sad and poignant, and I'm sure I'll read it over and over again.
I read through Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel in one sitting, steamrolling through it like it was my job.
When the book ended, I felt the need to go over it again and put the pieces together like a puzzle.
This is a comic in a memory format (which made me very reminiscent of Persepolis).
Alison created a whole book about her father's death. Read more
This is an interesting take on her family situation. I love the illustrations.Published 20 days ago by eugenia bednar
An absolutely wonderful blend of academic and autobiography, this is a novel worth buying (and I've never been a fan of graphic novels) many times over.Published 23 days ago by Tyler Champine
Absolutely wonderful! The imagery and captions work together to weave a heart-warming-breaking tale of a young girl becoming her own sexual being. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris Mitchell
Amazing art, storytelling, analysis. Watching her talk at Cornell will help you understand even more (especially the amazing work that went into the art):... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Aaron
(This is only a review of Amazon's poor choice of kindle formatting. It's.. Awful.) the book itself is quite good.Published 1 month ago by Kevin Peterson