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Nice but not as fun to read as Pyongyang. In some parts I actually yawned of boredom.Published 1 month ago by Gavri
Very disappointing, particularly compared to his great "PyongYang" and "Burma", and light years from his master piece "Jerusalem". Read morePublished 9 months ago by Schorschico
It's almost twenty years ago (when the story takes place), but feels a lot like the China today...Published 12 months ago by David Di Bella
Depressing. I have read 'Pyongyang' and really wanted to like this book. Instead, what I got was a snide, one-sided portrayal of Chinese life in an admittedly depressing,... Read morePublished 17 months ago by ryderfreak
I hadn't read a comic since i was a kid and had never read a graphic novel before picking up Shenzhen while in a comic book store with my kids. Read morePublished 19 months ago by D. Mcintyre
You can see how guy first drawings are.
And how with time is getting better.
Really like the perspective and approach of tha author in his work.
Guy Delisle has an amazing track record of going to places most people don't even visit, much less live (Pyongyang anyone? Read morePublished on May 15, 2014 by Michael A. Jacobson
Because of his unique perspective as an invited animator, Delisle is able to insert himself into ordinary life in a large Chinese city without being constantly being 'managed' by... Read morePublished on January 6, 2014 by lawrence david farrell
I loved this particularly because I once lived in China and so many things were familiar to me. I love Guy Delisle's drawing style as I am a fan of the European style. Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by Vanessa Hutchinson