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NBM/ComicsLit, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 164 pages
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Josh Clayton's mother has killed a man and left Josh in charge of disposing of the body. The trouble is, the body will not stay put. From dogs to low-life trailer park denizens, Josh’s life slips ever more deeply into hell as he attempts to keep the corpse under wraps. Josh, a sensitive teenager, attempts to persevere in the face of a morbid dilemma: guilt and fear over the crime conflict with his reluctant devotion to his mother. In the meantime, he has the additional task of taking care of his younger brothers and sister while enduring the ordinary minefield known as high school. As pressure on Josh builds to critical mass, he suddenly finds himself involved in a relationship with Michelle. She tries to understand him. And, to her credit, she almost does. Josh is forced to take a difficult stand against his own mother or never be able to move on. By two members of the faculty of sequential art at the Savannah College of Art & Design.

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User Review  - fyrefly98 - LibraryThing

Summary: Josh's life is a mess, and no matter how he tries, other people insist on messing it up for him. He lives in a trailer park with his mom, who is dealing drugs and frequently leaves him alone ... Read full review

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User Review  - welkinscheek - LibraryThing

For the most part, Josh is a pretty typical teenager. He’s always patching the ancient tire on his bike, his sole source of transportation. He struggles to keep up with school while taking care of his ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Mark Kneece has written stories for numerous comics, including Batman: Legends of the Dark. In 1993, he came to Savannah College of Art and Design and helped found the Sequential Art and Animation Department, where he teaches comics writing.

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