November Books 10) Summer Blonde, by Adrian Tomine

A collection of four short graphic stories, each centred around a social misfit and showimg him or her both as they see themselves and as they are seen by others, with sometimes brutal clarity. Tomine’s ability to depict multiple viewpoints is pretty amazing. Few of his characters are particularly likeable but they are all fascinating.

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1 Response to November Books 10) Summer Blonde, by Adrian Tomine

  1. brightglance says:

    I liked it, but even for Kay there’s an inordinate amount of stuff that’s meant to be incredibly poignant and dripping with resonance and makes you wonder if you’re just an insensitive, ignorant clod.

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