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review Blankets 109 é ❰Reading❯ ➿ Blankets Author Craig Thompson – Dcmdirect.co.uk Wrapped in the landscape of a blustery Wisconsin winter Blankets explores the sibling rivalry of two brothers growing up in the isolated country and the budding romance of two coming of age lovers A t Wrapped in the landscape of a blustery Wisconsin winter BlankBrothers growing up in the isolated country and the budding romance of two coming of age lovers A ta. I just read this in one sitting Incredible First graphic novel i've given 5 full stars to

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Wrapped in the landscape of a blustery Wisconsin winter Blankets explores the sibling rivalry of two. Here are seven lines from Blankets that pretty much sums up the story1 I couldn't fathom that the soul trapped in my child body would be transplanted to its grotesue adolescent counterpart2 But in that little pathetic clump of blankets there was comfort3 We both knew that nothing existed for us outside of the moment4 Maybe I'm sad about wanting you I'm not too comfortable with wanting someone5 Shame is always easier to handle if you have someone to share it with6 How satisfying it is to leave a mark on a blank surface To make a map of my movement no matter how temporary7 Even a mistake is better than nothing

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BlanketsLe of security and discovery of playfulness and tragedy of a fall from grace and the origins of faith. Nothing like reading a 580 page book in two and a bit hours to make you think you’ve had a productive day It probably took Craig Thompson 10 years of hard graft and after two hours I just snap my fingers say yeah loved that – next Wow I wish I could steam through non graphic novels at the same speed – imagine scything through The Brothers Caramel or Moby Duck or Remembrance of Things Past cutting through swathes of these vast 19th century hulks like a hijacked speedboat through a public swimming area like a dentist’s drill through a dentist I approached Blankets with caution – it looked like a soppy romance and that’s not my cup of chicken liver pate And it was too – lurve at its ultrateen slurpiest Sample dialogueHer What a WONDERFUL tree you’ve paintedHim This is US in the branchesHer Even though it’s cold outside it’s warm in this treeOr if that seems reasonableHim I love you RainaHer OH CRAIGSo imagine my surprise when I found myself being hurled along these swirling rapids of youthful open heart surgery like a stick in a game of uncomfortably prurient Poohsticks I believed in Craig and Raina and their awkward families I believed in the immediate passion and the swift fizzle And I liked all the Christian stuff – the charm of the uaint idea of a teenage boy in the 1990s telling himself that even kissing a girl is probably wrongCraig gets very detailed about some things but remains aggravatingly vague about other things that you really wanna know about Like the weird thing with the babysitter What was the babysitter doing with Craig his little brother Not too sure And the ending was rushed as if someone had said Craig you have to stop now NOW STOPAside from that pretty greatNot recommended for those suffering from type 2 diabetes