Chubbles wrote:Not knowing what was really going on was what i liked most about it. I have faith that this could be a pretty good read going forward. Plus like you said, the art is good on the eyes.
I have no problem with not knowing what is going on, but when your solicitation copy and interviews and editorial slab say something, it should not only be more obvious in the book, when it is something like the kid's affliction it should be a tad bit better researched.
Also, it was really annoying that the previews robbed the book of its emotional crux... the revelation on the last page was new, but the sense of wonder had already been lost.
Plus, from an editing stand point, this may be the worst book I have read in a while. There are "typos" all over the place, syntax errors and phrases dropped into the nethersphere.
I was really disappointed overall.