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The art is excellent and the two young characters are nicely portrayed as they move into what looks like it will be a shared future. His curiosity, childlike loudness, going with-the-flow, and whimsical nature were likable, however, his evading doing the art made me like him less.

I had to go back and reread the plot synopsis to understand why the HELL there was a scene with 9/11 of all things!Un’autostrada che l’ha portata, nell’ammirazione generale, a centrare puntualmente tutti gli obiettivi che si era prefissa.

Manuele Fior dessine avec une technique qui rend les paysages un peu flous avec un fondu de couleur. Overall, a very enjoyable read in which my only critiques are that some connections felt like they were included a little more as asides than subtly interwoven threads - especially the namesake plant which felt thrown in at the end of the story versus having been woven into the text earlier. Les escenes íntimes de la relació flueixen amb una bellesa i una naturalitat fascinant, cosa que és comú a les obres prèvies de Fior, però potser en aquesta ocasió gaudim de dos personatges que s'obren més l'una a l'altre, malgrat tot allò que volen amagar. Ruben’s life, however, is totally lacking in straight lines, He just wanders from one thing or place to another, but somehow, they hit it off.I feel like this graphic novel was meant to have a deeper meaning that just flew right over my head. This is a Berlin that doesn't fully exist anymore—where the squatters haven't been evicted, and you can tell the former East and West Berlin by the smell of coal, and war-torn (and Soviet) buildings are still being torn down and rebuilt.

Ho scoperto che rispetto ad altri lavori di Fior - che io leggo per la prima volta - questa graphic è leggermente inferiore. Le tavole all'interno sono altrettanto belle, quelle che rappresentano le città e, in particolare, quelle della Berlino innevata sono tra le mie preferite.With the graphic novel Cinquemila chilometri al secondo (Coconino press, 2010) he won the Fauve d’Or award at the Angoulême Festival 2011. Note: this graphic novel has previously been published in French, German, and Spanish, and includes text in various foreign languages, most especially German as much of the story takes place in Berlin.

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