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In the Sounds and Seas Hardcover – May 10, 2016
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About the Author
Marnie Galloway is a comic artist and illustrator working in Chicago, Illinois. She was born in Austin, Texas and studied philosophy and symbolic logic at Smith College. Galloway's comics have appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines, including Saveur Magazine, Cricket Magazine, and the 826CHI Compendium. While she has published shorter works, In the Sounds and Seas is her first graphic novel.
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If you have any interest in art or beautiful (wordless) story telling you should absolutely buy this book.
The big thing here is that there is no dialogue. The narrative is implied in language-les bubbles. It works, only just. I couldn’t tell you what happens. The ship burns, but it all goes back to the art. The art is good. Can it transcend the other structural, purposely chosen barriers? I’m not sure.