Thank you to the author for sending me this book for an honest review through Netgalley.
I started read this book with no knowledge about the background of comics, especially for Canada. I have always loved comics, but never really read anything that speaks behind the scenes of how it started, what is the philosophy behind it.
I expected this book to teach me a lot of new things, and help me see the world in a different point of view, and I wasn’t disappointing at all. This is not a book that will deprive you from your sleep at night – in fact, it is one of those books where you read to learn, and it might seem boring at times, but that is only because it is full with information at all times. Wonderful read.
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6 thoughts on “The Canadian Alternative: Cartoonists, Comics, and Graphic Novels – Dominick Grace (Editor), Eric Hoffman (Editor) – [REVIEW]”
A nice article…
Thank you for the like. My memoir, Mysterious Builder of Seattle Landmarks, Searching for My Father also includes the search for my mother, one that culminated in a visit to Edmonton where I met my Canadian relatives. The book, which is off to a good start, is actually a family mystery that took me 70 years to solve.
How does your reviewing work?
Dear Paula – thank you as well, for taking the time to view my blog. Your book seems quite interesting.
I don’t have any special requests regarding reviews. If I like a book, and the author wants to send me a copy, I would be more than happy to read and say what i thought about it 🙂
yours is a creative project. I would be happy to send you a copy of my book. What is your address?
Hi Paula, if you send me a message on the Contact Me page, I would be able to share my address with you through an email.