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A good indian graphical novel - dark & imagery rich
18 February 2016
A good Indian graphical novel. Priced slightly high. Has added a modern style of writing with imageries etc - an attempt to give a touch of magic realism maybe - a put off for me, when it seems a bit forced out from the author. Not a clean & simple graphical protrayal that's another put off for people who prefer neater lines like De Leslie's (of Jerusalem fame). Lesbian undertones in an India setting. 'Dark' is the keyword. Too dark for normal person's consumption - those who prefer these 'dark national award movies' might take a liking.
Wish some of our Indian authors snapped out of their oft repeating mode of forcing 'intellectual' looking stuff out of common storylines in their books, especially graphic novels.