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Shutterbug Follies

by Jason Little

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This book was part of my birthday present from my darling sister, Jessa. It is a graphic novel about an eighteen-year-old girl who gets sucked into a murder mystery when she pays just a little too much attention to the photos she is developing at her job at the one-hour photo. Along the way she recruits a curious cab driver and a sweet but fairly clueless art gallery worker to help her in her quest to uncover the truth. Though at times the protaganist is annoyingly naive, the art style is engaging and the final plot twist is brilliant. ( )
  greeniezona | Sep 20, 2014 |
Bleh. Nothing special here. A story that would be fairly weak as a short story is told in graphic novel form and it really isn't any better. ( )
  JohnMunsch | Apr 10, 2009 |
ya, adult, graphic novel ( )
  jellocke | Jul 2, 2008 |
Smart and inquisitive Bee observes the strangers who come into the photo shop, through her lens and the pictures they bring in. But when a strange man brings in grisly murder pictures, does Bee do the right thing in trying to gather evidence against him?

Dark despite its usually bright pictures, and graphic in the violence-and-nudity sense of the word, this would be better for older teens and adults. Thoroughly engrossing, with careful timing. ( )
  heidialice | Aug 15, 2006 |
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It’s a bit darker then an old-fashioned teen adventure, but the colors, especially, keep the story feeling light and fun, even when we’re watching a character in mortal danger.
 
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O, photoprocessing machine, I command you to reveal to me that which is hidden!
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