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The Professor's Daughter by Joann Sfar
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Apr 11, 2011

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bookshelves: borrowed, graphic-novel, adventure, mystery, romance, fiction, supernatural

I thought that the love story between a young English woman and a 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy was going to be romantic, but instead, it was bizarre.
1) Doesn't this relationship count as pedophilia?
2) Mummies are practically dried up tobacco leaves wrapped in linen, so I don't think they should be fighting overweight bearded men at restaurants like that.
3) If I were a mummy, I would also not become a captain of a ship, especially in a country that is as rainy as England.
4) How do the undead always manage to get some weak-willed man to be their servant-slave? I'm not judging, I'm looking for tips.

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