Halfway through and ready to dive in again. So far, my sense is those who are fans of both Gaiman and the genres he works in would enjoy this book the most. A lot of it is "inside baseball" on comics, fantastical fiction, etc. those who enjoy that world will get the most out of Gaiman's unique discussion and perspective on it.
Tag - graphic novels
What makes it all the more fun is that it captures both history and biography without seeming like school work or coming off pedantic. Instead it is engaging and creative storytelling through the lens of history. Evocative and yet allowing the reader the space to fill in the story with their own imagination.
When I first heard about The Dopple Ganger Chronicles by G.P. Taylor I was intrigued. Part graphic novel part young adult action story? Interesting, no? So when Tyndale publishers offered a review copy of the third book in the series, The Great Mogul Diamond, I jumped at it. Here is the publisher’s blurb: Everything was going so well for a change. Sadie and Saskia Dopple, those troublesome twins, had been adopted by the wealthy writer and recluse Muzz Elliott. And their friend Erik...