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Updating list Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile Nice place. Date of visit: June Thank Gabbie Reviewed 3 weeks ago Romantic and not costly. Date of visit: May Thank Jim B. Reviewed May 2, via mobile Lunch downtown. Thank tracym Reviewed April 30, New Menu. Date of visit: April You should be nicer. Date of visit: March Reviewed March 11, via mobile Yum! A taboo-busting and, at times, very funny graphic memoir of grief and recovery. Rachel Cooke, Psychologies Read full review.
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This beautiful book, by Nicola Streeten, gave me a rare insight into something of what they went through and continue to live with every day. This book is on the shelves of the library there. Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics 7 September [This] is a memoir about losing your child, something that forces one to be vulnerable, and the artwork reflects the vulnerability.
Loss is not beautiful; it is hard and terrible and mean and unforgiving, and Streeten, when deciding the direction of her art, wanted her text to also be these things. There are moments where the art tightens when she draws a block directly addressing the readers. It is as if these more direct drawings which lie on top of lined notebooks paper give the reader hope of recovery, and Streeten made a wise decision by sprinkling these pages throughout her text.
Parliament of Dreams 19 April The only thing that matters is whether an artist has something worth saying and the ability to say it well. Given its subject, the book is naturally moving, but its humour, honesty and insight are certainly not inevitable. It's an extraordinary subject for a graphic memoir. Streeten kept a diary after the sudden death of her two-year-old son, Billy.
She has used it as the basis for her debut graphic novel, so it provides insight into surviving what for most of us hardly even bears thinking about.
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It is a surprise then to find it provokes laughter as well as tears. Independent 6 December Child bereavement may not sound like material for a comic strip, but graphic books can explore human pain with honesty and wit. Pamreader 26 October I've read this book repeatedly since it landed through my letter box. I've cried, laughed and often found myself nodding in agreement while thinking 'that's so true'.
It is, of course, how could it not be, given the subject matter. The emotional intensity comes through her art, and its openess and roughness is endearing, welcoming, personal and real.