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Grit City, Issue #2

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Grit City, Issue #2 is the second installment of a monthly series about a dark and calamitous world, where the nefarious rule. Dillon Galway is an idealistic freelance journalist in his mid-twenties, who barely scrapes out a living reporting on corruption for the Grit City Times and his own blog.

Dillon remembers the city as an ideal place to live, before the murder of his
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Published July 25th 2011 by Ron Gavalik (first published July 24th 2011)
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Carla Anderton
Aug 08, 2013 Carla Anderton rated it it was amazing
I very much enjoyed the maiden installment of Grit City and was thrilled to discover this and the other follow up installments in this series. If you are looking for a fast paced read with an intriguing storyline and memorable characters, Grit City is for you!
Sep 07, 2011 Misty rated it it was amazing
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This is just a quickie review because I already reviewed issue one and each issue is short.

Anyway I enjoyed this latest installment as much as the first, the story is getting heated and we're starting to get a hint of the fantastical element of serial.

We're starting to get to know Dillon and Alyssa a bit more and I really like them, I certainly wouldn't want to make an enemy of Alyssa!

And of course not forgetting the pictures that make this an emotobook, I really like the abstract pictures, they
Sep 06, 2011 Kristin rated it really liked it
I enjoyed volume 1 of Grit City, to be sure. But the second volume raised the stakes, picked up the pace, and was a fast, fun read. In #1 we spent time meeting the characters. In this issue, Gavalik was free to let Dillon and Alyssa out of the gates and let them run from the first page, and they did. Lots of action, lots of suspense, and Gavalik seems to have hit his stride with solid prose. Jim Settnek's illustrations are crisp and moody. A really nice reading experience, and at an extremely ...more
Meg Mims
Oct 14, 2014 Meg Mims rated it really liked it
I enjoyed the first issue (see my review) and thought Issue #2 was even stronger in the writing. Again, I could imagine Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe meeting for a drink at the local bar, while Dillon worked his 'beat' on gathering information and Alyssa 'cleans up.' My only issue with this issue is making me WAIT - AGAIN - before learning what happens next!
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