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Title : The Suitcase
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ISBN : 9781906653583
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 50 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Suitcase Reviews

  • D.M.
    2018-12-02 15:40

    As I've said in other reviews, my local library has a nice assortment of comics and I try to check out anything new they get. This was a pleasant surprise from an author I don't think I've ever heard of.The Suitcase is (as the title might suggest) a portmanteau book, consisting of three stories involving neighbours: the title piece, about a petsitter faced with the death of one of her charges; 'The Rabbit,' involving that same woman's 'employers,' returned home to find their remaining pet has brought them a disturbing gift (this one is a trope that's been visited by writers before, but gains a new life with this telling); 'Car Talk' puts in the spotlight a short-tempered supporting character from the two previous tales, attempting to have a Top Gear audition tape filmed by the first story's petsitter, and bringing us back around for closure on 'The Suitcase.'Though the subjects at heart of all these stories are pretty serious (mostly death), they're handled with a light-hearted touch. The art is pleasingly loose, filled in with the dull palette of suburban England.I'd be hard pressed to spend £9 on this book to own, but it was a fun little read.