Thursday, June 28, 2007

Glacial Period by Nicolas De Crecy

This graphic novel is part of a series each with a different vision of the Louvre museum. It takes place far in the future when ice has long covered the museum. A group of explorers discover the buried artifacts and try to make sense of them. Their interpretations are nonsense and farcical. The art work was OK with many master works in the background. I think most teens will have a hard time relating to this book. Nay for me.

1 Comments:

At August 20, 2007 at 3:31 PM , Blogger Anne Keller said...

Nay for me too. I forced myself to read graphic novels over the weekend which was borderline torture as I am not a graphic novel fan at all. I really didn't like the illustrations and can't really see huge teen appeal. But I may not be the best qualified person to make this decision. But NAY NAY for me.

 

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