Gray horses

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Oni Press, Mar 29, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 112 pages
48 Reviews
Noemie has left her home in France to study abroad. In Onion City there are new friends, new environments, and new loves. There are also new dreams. And not ordinary dreams. Vivid visions of life in a different time and in a different place, but more than that, of a different existence. In Noemie's sleep she's not a woman, but a horse. A noble creature aiding a sick little girl. But how does this effect Noemie's own journey?

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User Review  - Alenka - Goodreads

Lovely and simple! I loved how thoughts, communications and breath slid in and out of people's heads via word balloons. The beginning was a little confusing; I didn't realize right away that we were ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kate McCartney - Goodreads

I love Hope Larson's art so much. There wasn't much to the story, short and ethereal. Read full review

Contents

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Copyright

About the author (2006)

Hope Larson is the author of "Chiggers", "Gray Horses" and "Salamander Dream", the latter of which "Publishers Weekly" named one of 2005's best comics. She is 26 years old, vegetarian, and lives with her husband, acclaimed cartoonist and graphic novelist Brian Lee O'Malley, in Asheville, NC. You can visit her online at www.hopelarson.com.

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