by Ciro Correia (Goodreads Author)
The Piano is a graphic novel in two parts. It is a story of fantasy with classical Gothic undertones.…more
The Piano is a graphic novel in two parts. It is a story of fantasy with classical Gothic undertones. It is narrated by the protagonist, now an old man looking back at a life event that happened in his childhood which transformed his life and the lives of everyone around him. A boy discovers a latent talent by mistake, a gift to play the piano. When he plays, the music ignites his imagination and powerfully affects those around him. It is a gift of beauty, not only for his own use but for all to enjoy; but, he is blocked from playing or thinking about music. The boy's gift, however, cannot be stopped.
Part one follows the story of how the boy discovers his gift and finds the inner strength that will finally explode into the 'real' world in part two. It is a tale for Young Adults and Adults alike. [close]
by Gary Hoover (Goodreads Author)
Jeff Browning has been haunted by terrifying dreams since the mysterious disappearance of his father (a renowned physicist). But when he f…more
Jeff Browning has been haunted by terrifying dreams since the mysterious disappearance of his father (a renowned physicist). But when he finds a portal in his father’s office, he must overcome his fears in an attempt to find him.
The portal takes him to another dimension – one populated by fantastic and dangerous creatures and also an advanced society of humans.
As Jeff looks for clues regarding what may have happened to his father, he is accused by some of being a spy while thought by others to be a prophesized figure . . . who may be the key to victory in a developing war.
by Daniel McCloskey (Goodreads Author)
“Dan McCloskey is one of these new creators whose craft and level of talent increases with each successive page. It’s a pleasure to watch him grow right before my eyes.”
Ed Piskor -Brain Rot, Wizzywig
“An honest, scary, and exciting prose/comics hybrid.”
Jim Rugg -The P.L.A.I.N. Janes, Afrodisac, Street Angel
"Dan McCloskey's debut novel is a surprise; a rollercoaster; a caustic, bitter, and honest work. What begins as one boy's journey to make sense of a friend's suicide unravels in unforeseen directions, a paranoid dystopia of shadow governments, rebellion, fragile hope...and horror. With breathless pacing, delirious graphic images and razor-sharp metaphor, McCloskey crafts a deeply human vision of Armageddon that I could not put down."
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