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Sense & Sensibility by Nancy Butler
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Feb 22, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: jane-austen, graphic-novels

A good adaptation of one of my favorite books. It's hard for me to judge how well the story was conveyed because I am do familiar with it, but I really enjoyed how Butler worked such a wordy book into text for a more visual-based medium. I found Liew's artwork detailed and stylish. The cover was one of the main reasons I picked this one up, and the interior did not disappoint.

My only qualm is that Elinor was consistently drawn with a giant forehead. I understand giving her a more stark hairstyle to contrast with Marianne's romantic one, but did she have to look like her hairline was excessively receding? Irregardless of that detail, I enjoyed this book greatly.

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