Too Cool To Be Forgotten (Google eBook)

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Top Shelf Productions, 2008 - Graphic novels
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ONE OF AMAZON.COM'S TOP 10 GRAPHIC NOVELS OF THE YEAR! WINNER OF THE HARVEY AWARD FOR BEST ORIGINAL GRAPHIC NOVEL! Selected for the Texas Library Association's Maverick Graphic Novel Reading List! "My favorite comic of the year."--Jeff Smith, creator of Bone "This is Alex Robinson's best book, and one of the rare comics not written by Stan Lee to perfectly capture the tragedy and triumph of being a teenager. Totally recommended."--Brian K. Vaughan, author of Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina, and Pride of Baghdad "With this slim volume, Robinson cements his reputation as a master cartoonist."--Publishers Weekly "Touching and funny ... By the story's end, wish fulfillment has become something much more challenging and, frankly, beautiful. There's a lot going on in this little book."--Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing Andy Wicks is a forty-something father of two whoÍs tried everything to quit smoking -- from going cold turkey, to the latest patches and nicotine chewing gums -- so he figures he'll give this hypnosis thing a try. What's the worst that could happen? Unfortunately, Andy gets dealt a fate worse than death -- high school! Transported back to 1985, Andy returns to his formative years as a gangly, awkward teenager. Is he doomed to relive the mistakes of his past, or has he been given a second chance to get things right? One thing's for sure: this time heÍs going to ask out that girl from math class... Presented as a gorgeously formatted hardcover graphic novel.
  

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
14
Section 3
21
Section 4
23
Section 5
25
Section 6
35
Section 7
39
Section 8
42
Section 13
85
Section 14
91
Section 15
97
Section 16
99
Section 17
101
Section 18
105
Section 19
107
Section 20
110

Section 9
51
Section 10
53
Section 11
61
Section 12
78
Section 21
119
Section 22
121
Section 23
127

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