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Changing Ways

4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  39 ratings  ·  7 reviews
How do you trust someone when you no longer know yourself?

David Barrot, a retired Corrections Officer, moved to Grey Oaks after the tragic death of his son, Cale.

With wife Lucy and daughter Jessie, the Barrot family bought a farm on the outskirts of town and began their new life, putting aside all the dark events of their past.

Unfortunately for them, the dark just won’t le
128 pages
Published 2011 by Gestalt Publishing
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This was absolutely amazing. I picked this up at a local convention, as it was by a Perth author, but didn't think much about it. I like to support local authors and artists, and this was fairly reasonably priced. I forgot about it until I was looking for something to read recently.

And holy crap I was blown away. The art is outstanding, and models were clearly used to ensure the facial expressions and positions were correct. There's something haunting about the characters eyes- I was actually fa
Beautifully illustrated and downright creepy.
Love not being able to figure out exactly what's going on right away.
Not loving having to wait for the next one, though. Hopefully it's out soon!
Fantastic illustrations
Si je vous disais que je suis allée voir trois fois le titre de ce comics pour vous en parler parce qu'à chaque fois je l'oubliais ? Vous me répondrez que j'ai un Alzheimer, soit c'est entendable, mais pour ma part c'est surtout parce que ce comics est oubliable.

Pas à un moment je ne me suis sentie impliquée dans l'histoire, le dessin est laid, figé, statique, on dirait qu'un roman photo a été copié collé dans cet ouvrage puis crayonné autour pour l'occasion, j'ai vraiment détesté. Ensuite l'his
Saw this book at Supanova this year and bought the digital copy later. Not quite like any graphic novel I have read so far and extremely spooky to boot. Without spoiling anything, I found the cannibals particularly unsettling.

Excellent first book and I immediately proceeded to buy and devour the next.
L'histoire est prenante, mais ce sont surtout les dessins qui sont fabuleux.
Supremely creepy story illustrated with beautiful digital art. I can't wait for the next chapter.
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