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Gingerbread Girl by Paul Tobin
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Jan 11, 12

bookshelves: graphic-novel
Read in January, 2012

Great artwork!
This book perfectly captures the frustration of liking someone, but knowing you'll never be able to get any closer to that person.
I liked the storyline being passed like a hot potato among different narrators. Who knew pigeons had such a grasp of the human psyche!
The ending was unsatisfying...perhaps Part Two is in the works?
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message 1: by Lea (new)

Lea The pigeon comment has me intrigued ...

Melki He (or maybe she - who can tell?) was one of the narrators.
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message 3: by Lea (new)

Lea Yoink!

Tzipora Kind of annoyed I bought it now that I see its free. What's the point of that exactly? And I agree, the ending is extremely unsatisfying. I was following along on this mystery but never got an answer. Even more frustrating that I bought it. And I'm not even sure what I wanted to happen- for Ginger to be real or for Annah to have just gone nuts over her parents divorce with Ginger being some kind of coping skill. I can almost relate in ways to the later. It obviously didn't take much time to read but I still just feel let down...

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