From Publishers Weekly
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If you read this book before the "Bone" series (even though it is the prequel), many suprises of the series will be ruined.
Rose boasts the kind of lush, layered and highly detailed art that has always excited my eyes and drawn my imagination into whatever stories he illustrates.
I was a bit disappointed that the story didn't reveal anything that the reader hadn't learned about from reading the main series.
I teach 6th grade and my kids (boys and girls) are crazy about these books. Great graphic novels that get kids interested in reading.Published 25 days ago by Rhonda Webster
Ten-eleven year old loved the whole series. Bought most of the series here used for a great price and almost new condition.Published 1 month ago by mark
Not as great as the main collection, but man, Charles Vess art is always great.
I wish the format was bigger too to fully appreciate the art.
I found that this graphic novel was not as satisfying as the first graphic novel in this series. The artwork did not seem to be by the same illustrator and was not as high of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jessica Bradley Barnes
Bone: Rose is a prequel to the Bone series. It tells the story of two sisters, Briar and Rose, who are princesses and have a prophetic gift. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joseph M. Reninger
I dunno. I felt there could have been more to this story, like perhaps stretched out over 2-4 books. The ending bugged me, but I hesitate to say why as it would be spoiler.Published 10 months ago by ImaPC
I was pleased that he enjoyed reading this and the other books in the series. Hope that anyone who loves Jeff Smith's books starts a set.Published 12 months ago by Stanley C. Slomberg