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The Wendy Project by Melissa Jane Osborne
"A really unique story with beautiful drawings paired with watercolors. Wendy's relationship with her brother, John, is particularly moving."
The Wendy Project by Melissa Jane Osborne
"I just wrote I'm not a fan of manga, but the graphic novel The Wendy Project has changed that! It's a modern tale of teen angst but told in the shadowy world of grief and fantasy, with a big nod to J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan."
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" This graphic novel was a dark twist on JM Barrie's Peter Pan. After the death of her brother Wendy has trouble differentiating between reality and fantasy. Everyone tells Wendy that her brother is dead, however, Wendy believes he is in Neverland. Th" Read more of this review »
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“High school is like purgatory. It's a cesspool of hormones and emotion. And everyone is looking for a life raft.”
Melissa Jane Osborne, The Wendy Project

“Flying is like riding a bike. You think you forget, but you don't. You just need a happy thought.”
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