It's good... really good. I'm particularly impressed by how Page treats the storyline of Jane's new college boyfriend, Ryan at times, both she and he are too quick to jump to jealous conclusions over innocent interactions, which was handled with far more subtlety that one usually finds in fiction. In fact, Page made sure to present the vulnerability one feels in a new relationship as equally likely on the part of both people. As the book wraps up, none of the principal characters are who they were at the beginning, but it never feels contrived or artificial how they ve changed. They're growing, more rapidly and awkwardly than they will at any other time in their lives, and we get to watch it happen. --Fleen.com
About the Author
Author Bio (3900 characters maximum): Tyler Page lives in Minneapolis with his wife Cori Doerrfeld (who is also an artist) and their daughter. He was nominated for an Eisner Award in 2003 and received a Xeric Foundation grant in 2007 to publish the first volume of Nothing Better. When not drawing he serves as the Director of Print Technology Services at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. This is his fifth book.