At it’s heart, this is a story of grief, friendship, and moving forward
The artwork for this graphic novel is always clear, and it has a muted palette for scenes from the past (which I really enjoy). It sets the tone well for the story, and the artist does a great job of showing me the world/setting.
The story is fantastic, because it says a lot, with as few words as possible, which I find delightful. After having just slogged through two really text heavy graphic novels with too much telling, I loved how this graphic novel just showed me the story. I found myself rushing forward and often had to slow myself down, so I could really enjoy the scenes and artwork.
This was perfection. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for allowing me to review this title in advance. It releases on April 17, 2019, so go pre-order your copy today. This is a must have for all MG graphic novel collections.