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Air, Volume 1 by G. Willow Wilson
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May 20, 2009

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bookshelves: comics-graphic-novels
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The main character is a flight attendant who is terrified of falling, and she has to be medicated to do her job. Everything about this graphic novel just gets weirder from there. She meets a man who has a different name and nationality every time she meets him. He may be a terrorist. He saves her life. She falls in love with him. She thinks he loves her. He disappears. She gets a letter from him; the return address is from a country that no longer exists. The letter, of course, is written in code.

I think I'm liking this book more now that I am remembering it than I actually did while I was reading it. I feel nostalgia for a book I read two days ago. How weird is that?
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