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Gunnerkrigg Court, Vol. 1 by Thomas Siddell
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Apr 06, 11

it was amazing
bookshelves: graphic-novels
Read in April, 2011

This review is for the series, which is available online.

The positive: Awesome. Just purely awesome. Funny and clever and dark and sad and so good.

The negative: Not enough! Need more!

The summary: Read it. Right now. DO IT. http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_pa...
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Jacki You should look at the book if you get the chance, too, though. It's beautifully put together. But Julia's right, read it online. It's free, easy to get to, and you can see the artist's comments!


Sara YOU ARE BAD INFLUENCES. I JUST READ THE ENTIRE THING. SOOOO GOOOOOOOD.


Julia SEE!!! Awesome.


Jacki And so another fangirl was born.


message 6: by Matthew (new)

Matthew Looks a little Lemony Snickety. Should I read it?


Sara It's sort of Lemony Snickety-Harry Potterish-maybe a touch of Golden Compass (girl heroine, spunky, animalish sidekick, mysteries)-lots of mythology references. With robots. So yes, Matthew, you should read it. Right now.


Jacki You should read it, Matthew! It's kind of magic vs science, or the natural woodsy view of magic vs taking it apart to figure out how it works, at the core of the story.


Jacki Also, it's free and instantly available, so you might as well try it, right?


message 10: by Matthew (new)

Matthew Free and instantly available is how I like my books and my women.


Jacki Please put that on a bumper sticker and/or T-shirt. Thanks!


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