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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Tamara Drewe presents a rare and insightful look into human nature. From jealousy to triumph this book illustrates some of mankind's poorer judgements. The novel follows a group of writers at a ... Read full review
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