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Yummy

Review
By Books: The Cheapest Vacation You Can Buy

The simple prose and tone allow for a connection between the reader and the narrator, making the novel that much more powerful. The graphic art is both beautiful and intricate, and helps tell the story, while also allowing readers to draw their own conclusions and form their own perspectives. In the end, Roger leaves Yummy’s life and death open to interpretation, asking important analytical and hypothetical questions. Readers are forced to analyze the world as it is today, and decipher how to make it a better world for tomorrow.