Michelle Knight. Writer, photographer, programmer, truck driver and general, all round nut case. Life is a journey and that's what this blog will probably end up being. Let's see where we go, eh? ;-)
This started off so well. When someone is having halucinations, the doors are wide open. However, the moment another character sees the same halucination, it wraps it up, sticks a gift card on and ties a bow on it. You're either dealing with mind control or the main character is in a coma/machine. Which? I'm not telling you; but at the half way point, the major pieces started dropping in to place.
The artwork was of a high quality. It was a bit muted for my taste; arguably necessary to reflect the environemnt/society but that's how it rocks I guess. There were some sparks of originality in there, the one liners and philosophical injections/observations on the human race, were well written, well placed and well paced. (if a bit well worn)
Even though the ending was mostly formed, it was executed in a way which made it worth the ride. The world and its quirks were introduced at a measured pace so I could get my head fully around one nuance before the next was presented. However it wasn't enough to make me itch for the next volume.