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Laid Waste by Julia Gfrörer
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Laid Waste (edition 2016)

by Julia Gfrörer (Author)

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In a plague-ravaged medieval city, survival is a harsher fate than death. As corpses accumulate around her, Agnes, a young widow possessed of supernatural strength, must weigh her obligations to the dead and dying against her desire to protect what little
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Title:Laid Waste
Authors:Julia Gfrörer (Author)
Info:Fantagraphics (2016), Edition: Illustrated, 80 pages
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Laid Waste by Julia Gfrorer

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I actually read through this twice because it's so short. It's remarkably tight - in a short book like this it would be easy to "lose time" but Gfröer doesn't let any panel go to waste. Her style is well-suited to the subject matter as well, she finds beauty and terror in both the smallest of gestures and the most grotesque moments. ( )
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