House of Java, Volume 2
The newest collection of warm slice-of-life stories without the cynicism, some melancholic, some hopeful, some humorous, all are keenly and quietly observed. 'Seven' explores the blurry line between friendship and love between two comics fans. The remarkable 'May 27th' brings a student social worker face to face with delinquency brought on by lower class despair, and in 'The Burial', with its aura of mystery, a terrible secret is literally unearthed, leading to an insightful revelation.
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This collection of true-to-life short stories rendered in black and white explores the complexities of human emotion, imperfection, and relationships with sympathy and deft storytelling. The title of ... Read full review