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The Story of Lee: Volume 3 of 3

(The Story of Lee #3)

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In the final volume of The Story of Lee, Lee and Matt continue their studies and their relationship in the UK. With growing confidence Lee asserts herself more and Matt finds that he needs to change or challengechange to be more the way she likes, or challenge her ideas and risk upsetting their relationship. Meanwhile a Chinese student becomes a rival to Lee's attentions, ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published February 1st 2019 by NBM Publishing
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Maggie Librarian
May 03, 2019 rated it it was ok
Lee the protagonist is the most enjoyable character, a Hong Kong student studying aboard in Scotland and living with her Scottish boyfriend. Her boyfriend is insufferable, pseudo deep thinker who listens to podcasts and cries? This is the 3rd book in the series and I felt like I was missing out on some things. Like yeah her boyfriend was the actual worst, but (view spoiler) ...more
CR
Mar 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
My Review: This was a great ending to this story. Another quick read for this story. The artwork were great and the story was again spot on with the relationships and what the author was trying to do. This will be a volume of titles that I will read over and over again.
Melissa Cheresnick
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May 20, 2019
freckledbibliophile
Mar 14, 2019 rated it liked it
Had I read the first two volumes in the series, I feel as though I could/would definitely would have appreciated Wilson's volume three much better than I did. What I did read, I liked. I think it was well written.
HollyLovesBooks
Feb 18, 2019 rated it liked it
I didnt read the prior volumes and would have been better able to judge this one with the background.

I really enjoyed the artwork. It is what initially attracted me to this title.

The story is compelling but I think I would have been more invested in the characters if I had read the prior volumes.

All in all, I still enjoyed this and would recommend it if you like graphic novels with a manga style to them. This one has a lot to offer.

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Isabella
Jan 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Writing a love story where hero and heroine don't manage to make it work in the end is an unconventional choice, but a brave one. And I am convinced that a cold shower of reality is needed from time to time, especially one that is so thoughtfully well plotted. The romance is slowly stifled by the differences in race, status, social expectations and life challenges but it ultimately cannot win against the desire to live life in completely different ways.

I congratulate the authors for a a story
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Dhrisya
Mar 05, 2019 rated it liked it
I loved the way the character develops overtime but when it started getting interesting the story suddenly came to an end which takes you by surprise. A light romantic read that did end surprisingly in different way from what most of you will imagine. The drawings are to the point but this being one of my first graphic book experience, as a reader i really enjoyed it.
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Sean Michael Wilson is a comic book writer from Scotland. He has had around 30 books published with a variety of US, UK and Japanese publishers, including: a comic book version of A Christmas Carol ('Best of 2008, Sunday Times), AX:alternative manga ( 'Best ten books of 2010, Publishers Weekly), Parecomic (with an introduction by Noam Chomsky, his first contribution to a book in graphic form). He ...more

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