What If We Were...

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Product Details

Price
$14.99  $13.94
Publisher
Top Shelf Productions
Publish Date
Pages
88
Dimensions
6.9 X 9.9 X 0.2 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781603094801

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About the Author

Axelle Lenoir started out as a 2D artist in 1999, for a Quebec City video game company. In 2003, craving more creative freedom, she quit and made her first steps in comic books. Her Mertownville trilogy was released by the Switzerland publisher Paquet in the mid-2000s. Since then, Axelle has worked with publishers in France, Belgium, and Canada. Her first English-language graphic novel, Camp Spirit (Top Shelf), is a coming-of-age story about an unlikely friendship between two summer camp counselors. She now returns with a comic strip collection named What If We Were... portraying two teenage girls who invented a weird and funny game to fill their spare time. Axelle's writing style is a mix between humor, everyday life situations, fantasy and comic strips. She likes to write about women, teenagers, folklore, parallel universes and stupid cats.

Reviews

"This coming-of-age comic captures the joy and creativity of teenage friendship." -- Booklist

"Lenoir's fantastic humor and expressive drawing show us a great time and make us fall in love with her charismatic heroes. We miss them as soon as we close the book." -- Les Libraires

"Axelle Lenoir has a remarkable talent for capturing adolescence... her female characters, here as in Camp Spirit, are completely credible, and avoid the usual clichés. They're both fragile and strong, shy and extroverted, made of paradoxes." -- Sophie Lit

"The concept is original and really well explored... plus the drawing is great! The characters are funny, yet believable - and always fabulously dressed. I really want these two girls to be my best friends!" -- Chronicles of a Book Addict

"Beneath the absurdity, this comic hides an unexpected and tender story." -- Librairie La Liberté