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Ravine, Volume 2 by Stjepan Šejić
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it was amazing

I'm loving Ravine – it's all so beautifully illustrated (painted?), that every panel is a small work of art, whether it's a stunning landscape or a subtle emotion – and the epic background history that's set the story in motion has a richness to match. But what I love the most are the wonderfully observed character interactions and relationships. In volume 2 we also get two big personal secrets revealed to us – though only one of them is shared between the two main protagonists. I always enjoy that anticipation, too, of wondering how Character A will react when she discovers Secret X about Character B. The after-story extras continue to add a lot – though I do wish they could have chosen a larger font for some of the pieces: I think for many people, those snippets will be skipped as just too hard to read – which would be a pity. The big background plot is intriguing, too: I'm still not sure who the biggest bad guy is, and whether everything there is quite as clear cut as it seems. I'm eagerly looking forward to the next volume.

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Reading Progress

April 11, 2015 – Started Reading
April 11, 2015 – Finished Reading
April 18, 2015 – Shelved

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