Cormorance A girl a boy and a deserted reservoir Cormorance is a story of fear bravery and the redemptive force of connecting with the natural world A wordless purely visual story it is like any work by the

  • Title: Cormorance
  • Author: Nick Hayes
  • ISBN: 9781910702055
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A girl, a boy and a deserted reservoir.Cormorance is a story of fear, bravery and the redemptive force of connecting with the natural world A wordless, purely visual story, it is like any work by the award winning Nick Hayes a book of the utmost beauty, and a wonder to hold in your hand.

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      Published :2018-06-07T06:53:00+00:00

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    1. A stunning ode to the relationship between mothers and their children and the natural world in the middle of cities. I adored every minute.

    2. Beautifully realized wordless graphic novel covering loneliness and loss and the solace found in quiet, natural landscapes where language is superfluous.

    3. After the brilliant sepia hues of “Woody Guthrie And the Dust Bowl Ballads”, Nick Hayes makes a return to the exquisite cerulean shades that made his debut graphic novel “Rime of the Modern Mariner” so captivating. This is a completely silent tale about two children who both seek refuge from sadness in a reservoir. Placing this oasis in the middle of a contemporary urban setting helps to highlight the wonderment of the natural world as well as its mentally soothing properties. Imagine th [...]

    4. Stunning artwork. I sobbed my eyes out in the first 3rd but didn't enjoy the end as much as the beginning. A beautiful story. Challenging for me to read a pictures-only book because I am a wordy kind of person. I was surprised it had me so emotional.

    5. The book is beautifully illustrated, and this somewhat makes up for the fact that it took such a long time for the story to actually progress.

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