Two girls in a small town in the USA kill time together as they try to get through their days at school.
They watch videos, share earbuds as they play each other songs and exchange their stories. In the process they form a deep connection and an unexpected relationship begins to develop.
In her follow up to the critically acclaimed The End of Summer, Tillie Walden tells the story of a small love that can make you feel like the biggest thing around, and how it’s possible to find another person who understands you when you thought no-one could.
I think that it took me all of ten minutes to read this book. It’s a graphic novel, it’s 68 pages, and it is very emotional. This is going to be a pretty short review because, like I said… 68 pages.
This was my first graphic novel by Tillie Walden, and I have to say that I’m impressed. While it was very, very short, it was also very, very emotional. I don’t think I was necessarily prepared for the amount of emotions this book would make me feel, but I really enjoyed it.
The only reason I’m not rating it five stars is that I would have loved for it to be a little longer and to explore things a little more fully, but all in all, this was a great graphic novel and I can’t wait to read more from this author.
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