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Cecil and Jordan in New York by Gabrielle Bell
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Sep 10, 09

bookshelves: graphic-novels-comics

interesting collection of short stories, graphic novel-style. the one that stands out the most to me is the story about growing up and getting picked on in school - there are implications that they are poor/neglected/mental health issues in the family, but never says outright what was going on. very sad. also the story about friendship when they throw the hippy guys into the lake. the stories are full of emotion, but in a subtle way; the characters themselves tend to keep their feelings to themselves, but the awkward pauses and sudden turns or stops expresses a lot of what they may be feeling.

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