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House of Clay by Naomi Nowak
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House of Clay

by Naomi Nowak

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House of Clay is a well-illustrated graphic novel. However, the characters are poorly developed through the text, and the plot, climax, and resolution seem contrived and highly underdeveloped. For example, conclusions are fed to the reader about the relationship between the main character and her parents. It is a great example of how illustrations can capture feelings and emotions. However, it is a poor example of storytelling through writing. ( )
  LitTeacher | Mar 31, 2009 |
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For a girl whose family used to be wealthy, starting work in a sweat shop turns out to be a life altering experience. Very soon, hard work is the least of her problems - she finds herself in the middle of a love tangle with no confidantes but a rude old card-reading lady with an eerily similar romantic past and a mute girl. The small seaside town offers nothing but a salty breeze to soothe her - or could it be that there is just a little bit of magic in the air, too? By the author of Unholy Kinship.… (more)

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