As with her brilliantly successful graphic novel Gemma Bovary, Tamara Drew is likewise inspired by a 19th century novel in this case, Far From the Madding Crowd. Set in a writers' retreat, it is a thrilling tale of jealousy and desire.
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Review: Tamara DreweUser Review - Ariella - Goodreads
This book was about how men make women objects, and how women feel pressurised by men and other women to conform to their expectations. This was made abundantly clear to me by the daughter of the main ... Read full review
Review: Tamara DreweUser Review - Iain - Goodreads
Part comics, part prose, at first glance this looks like it might be turgid and unreadable. But I'm glad I gave it a chance, because it's terrific! It's a satire on a fairly specific English ... Read full review