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Simple & Terrifying,
This review is from: Daybreak (Hardcover)
Brian Ralph's Daybreak. Daybreak is a graphic novel about a Zombie apocalypse. I know that you're thinking: "What's so interesting about that, plenty of other graphic novels already cashing in on that genre - The Walking Dead, etc."
The beautiful thing about Daybreak is that the main protagonist, an unnamed one-armed survivor speaks to the reader/'unknown addressed' directly. An off screen character is addressed by this survivor as he takes you to a safe-house, provides you with food, information, and most importantly - weapons.
The artwork is simple but very effective. I won't get into the circumstances surrounding this particular Zombie infestation/apocalypse. It is enough to know that we the reader/'unknown addressed' follow along and must somehow survive a very dangerous world.
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Initial post: Dec 14, 2011 8:46:07 AM PST
If it was so great, then why just three stars?
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 14, 2011 10:12:52 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 14, 2011 10:13:46 AM PST
Because I don't feel the need to throw a 4 or 5 on every little thing. I only give 4 & 5 star review to books I cannot live without or fundamentally change the way I see things. This book was a great thing, it made me smile and I finished it in a single hour, but it's not something I have to take to me on a desert island. Cheers.
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