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My review for volume 1 only may adjust for additional installmentsThe artwork was not impressive Not what I was hoping for at all But that is subjective I will say though that the characters don t really stand out and I can t get a good sense of the silo with the lack of detail and the blandnesssameness of the colorsThere are way too many anes which limited the artist from drawing detail There isn t enough text or dialogue it would rob so this was dialogue it would rob So this was another book that was hyped up on booktubenot the graphic novel version but ya know what I mean and sadly I found this to be very average and kinda blah Honestly I do not know if I will still read the novel format nowconsidering this was originally a short story
That The This Book Is A the This book is a Serial Wool as you’ve never read it before The New York Times bestselling novel is now told in graphic novel format This contemporary dystopian classic hailed by Justin Cronin New York Times bestselling author of The Passage as “an epic feat of imagination. .
Riter expanded due to reader demand It seemed like a olitical thriller than a The Lost Art of Scripture post apocalyptic book that it is toted as being While I read and loved Wool Omnibus this graphic novel just couldn t do justice to such a meaty book Sent in sixarts I found myself anxiously awaiting each chapter but feeling as though each was somewhat lacking after reading them I do believe this would be better experienced after reading the full length novel first Part 1 3 stars If you haven t read the novel this graphic novel will be very hard to follow And the illustrations were just ok and not nearly the uality that I had expected I will update my review after subseuent deliveries but for now I m a bit disappointedPart 2 35 stars
Part 2 Had. ” Will Captivate2 had. ” will captivate both familiar and newThis is the story of mankind clawing for survival of mankind on the edge The world outside has grown unkind the view of it limited talk of it forbidden But there are always those who hope who dream These are the dangerous eople the