Review of Harrow County (Graphic Novel)

December 21, 2015 Book Reviews 4

Review of Harrow County (Graphic Novel)

I received this book for free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Harrow County #1 by Cullen Bunn, Tyler Crook
Genres: Graphic Novel
Pages: 32
Format: eARC
Source: Edelweiss

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Illustrator: Tyler Cook

Emmy always knew that the deep, dark woods surrounding her home crawled with ghosts, goblins, and zombies. But on the eve of her eighteenth birthday, she learns that she is connected to these creatures—and to the land itself—in a way she never imagined.
Don’t miss the first issue of this southern gothic fairy tale from the creator of smash hit The Sixth Gun, beautifully and hauntingly realized by B.P.R.D.’s Tyler Crook!

 What I thought of this book

Harrow County is about a town who burned a witch and feared that she was going to come back. Emmy who has always had a connection with the dark woods out by her home, doesn’t know how different she really is. She is almost eighteen and the towns folk are worried about what she might become.

Emmy is a real different girl and in the end she does turn into something different but not what you might imagine. I am a bit curious as to how this series might go.

The art work in this graphic novel was different than any of the others I have read as it looked a lot like watercolor. The GN is billed as horror but I didn’t find it scary but some of the graphics were a bit gruesome at times.

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4 Responses to “Review of Harrow County (Graphic Novel)”

    • Stormi

      The ending had a turn of events that makes me really curious about what will happen next. 🙂

    • Stormi

      Yeah, you should check it out as it was different and the ending was an interesting turn of events.

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