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Jetlag by Etgar Keret
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Oct 26, 09

bookshelves: 2009, comics, fiction
Read in October, 2009

I'm beginning to think Etgar Keret's work can be just as effective in any medium. While the art wasn't in the styles I gravitate toward the story-telling is the reason to read this book. The artist pick up on what is essential Keret and make his work translate into images. Overall a nice quick read. But it did want to make me read more Keret instead of search out the illustrators.

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Fred I recommend all of Keret's books. I have at least one book that is a British publication that reprints several stories I have in two other volumes, but the repetition didn't bother me. The brevity of the stories makes them easy to rediscover with fresh appreciation. This is my way of saying that it's easy to forget you read them, but then you enjoy them all over again.

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