Author: Megan Gedris
Publication Date: May 23, 2018
Format: Digital Copy (e-arc)
This review has some minor spoilers, read at your OWN RISK. Thank you!
“Ghosts aren’t real, and your sister is gone and you’ve just been pretending to talk to her because you’re too sad to face the real world.”
Thank you Netgalley and Oni Press for giving an e-arc in exchange for an honest review.
The spectacle will bring you into a world of magic, and you will not know the difference which was the real or not.
And that’s what happened to Anna; when her twin sister died, Kat’s ghost decided to be inside of Anna’s body. They became a partner in discovering who killed Kat, but as soon as they were finding the truth, they were also introduced to new adventures and discoveries.
This is my first graphic novel requested to Netgalley, that’s why I am excited to read it so soon. And as I finished this, there were so many thoughts came into my mind in regards to this graphic novel.
And here are they:
The images in the graphic novel were so good that I really enjoyed reading this, though for the story it became mainly focused on solving another incident other than its main purpose. I hope the story focused first on the Kat and Anna’s story before someone else’s. Because we want readers to know more about the characters we will dive into.
Though I am not an expert in reviewing a graphic novel, those were the main points I noticed.
All in all, I still enjoyed it and the graphic images were really splendid. And I am excited about the adventures of Kat and Anna.
Fan-favorite webcomic creator Megan Rose Gedris (Yu+Me Dream) crafts a compelling tale of magic, deception, and wonder in this stunningly illustrated comic about the bond between sisters.
Pragmatic engineer Anna works as a psychic in the Samson Brothers Circus, but she doesn’t believe in anything supernatural… until her twin sister Kat is murdered and comes back as a very demanding ghost. Sharing a room with her sister was hard, but now they’re sharing a body while trying to identify the killer. But how can you solve a mystery when everyone around has their own shady secrets? (c) Goodreads.com
This was my favorite scene while reading this. And it really gripped me because Anna was confused whether Kat is real or not, and everything happening around her.
Magic and circus is my cup of tea. What is yours? Can you also recommend me some graphic novels to read? Please put in the comment section. Thank you!