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Britten and Brülightly by Hannah Berry
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Jan 23, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: graphic-novels
Read in January, 2010

Beautifully, atmospherically drawn. From the first pages, I felt like I had gone to another, sadder, more mysterious world. The rain drops, the roof tops, the sepia tones. It didn't feel like mid-20th-century England, which I think must have been the real setting, but more like Eastern Europe or South America of the same time.

The story is not altogether unique, especially to those familiar with the mystery and noir genres, but it was thoughtfully done.

I very much liked the tea bag.

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