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Ghostopolis by Doug TenNapel
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Apr 19, 11

bookshelves: adventure, fantasy, graphic-novels, guy-reads, male-protagonist, teen, j-fic
Read in April, 2011

This was absolutely fabulous. I really enjoyed that the author used the story to address some difficult topics in a fun and entertaining way. While the main theme was simply good versus evil, the author also addresses bigotry, depression, forgiveness, and even has a character representative of a messiah figure. I do wish the story had been a bit longer, but I usually feel like that after a good GN read. I would give this to anyone who enjoyed the Flight series or Hope Larson's work.
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Mandy don't mind if I do...


Meredith Mandy wrote: "don't mind if I do..."

Yes! Do! Your friend Mere has so many things to do right now that aren't reading, and once I opened it up, I just couldn't help myself.


Alison Aw, Mere, I really liked this one!


Rebecca This one is so good!!


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