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Finder Library Volume 1 by Carla Speed McNeil
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Aug 11, 2012

bookshelves: flipped-to-the-end, graphic-novel, science-fiction
Read from August 10 to 11, 2012

Readers of Hellblazer or Transmetropolitan will recognise something of this protagonist, Jaeger. An insider/outsider, who knows what's what, elusive, trickster, double-crossing, always something up his sleeve bastard. The success of the story depends very much on whether the main character charms you, gets you on his side - or makes you long for his failure.

Jaeger bored me.

The world is extremely complex, the plot full of tangents, and increasingly the volume focuses not on Jaeger but on a family estranged from their father (someone from Jaeger's past). Emma and her three children are also very complex characters but, again...sigh, just couldn't get into it.

Not a fan of the art style either.

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