2016/04/27

BOOK REVIEW:
VACANCY BY JEN LEE

Title: Vacancy
Author: Jen Lee
Published: 2015
Language: English
Pages: 24
Rating: 3/5


Summary:
A dog named Simon has been forgotten by his owners, breaks free and teams up with a racoon and a deer, and together they venture into the woods.


Review:
This was a short and sweet little thing, and I don't really have that much to say about it.

This is a story that reflects how animals think and expresses fears, thoughts and excitement, though it doesn't really go that deep into it. I kinda wished it did though, as I felt there was something slightly lacking. I suppose it is rather difficult to pack much of a punch into 24 pages.

That being said, it was entertaining for the short time it took to read it. I was a bit sceptical about the art at first, but it does really suit the story, as it captures the mood quite well.

This graphic novel is a short, sweet and enjoyable, and I bet a younger audience would really love this.
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