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Muzz
     

Muzz

by FSc
 

  • There is heaven and hell for those dearly departed remembered by the living,
    but muZz is the place where unspoken, untold dreams and secrets go when those who made and hid them expired. On the train heading towards muZz, a girl wakes up and finds herself unable to remember anything about herself and surrounded by odd creatures. muZz is the

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  • There is heaven and hell for those dearly departed remembered by the living,
    but muZz is the place where unspoken, untold dreams and secrets go when those who made and hid them expired. On the train heading towards muZz, a girl wakes up and finds herself unable to remember anything about herself and surrounded by odd creatures. muZz is the story of her re-self discovery.

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VOYA - Ruth Cox Clark
FSc (Foo Swee Chin), co-author of the dark and original Once Upon a Time, the second in the multivolume series, Nightmares and Fairy Tales (SLG, 2005/VOYA December 2005), has begun her own disturb-you-in-your-sleep series, Muzz. In this first volume, the reader joins Farllee, a girl who wakes up on a train filled with discarded ideas that is traveling to Muzz where she is not a welcome visitor. The Dream lord and other power brokers of Muzz are not happy with the appearance of a human, especially this human, as Farllee plays an important role in the existence of this hallucinogenic dream-like world that is inhabited by "fragments in the darkest corners of human minds.o The stark black-and-white drawings are intriguing yet border on the horrific and have such a sinister feel to them that readers will find themselves looking behind to make sure that one of the bizarre creatures, such as the catroach, has not found a way to pull them into this weird tale. It is a tale in which one's elemental essence will be drained and one might be vacuum-packed and shipped off to Muzz. This book is a one-read-is-not-enough graphic novel as there is so much going on in the detailed drawings, well beyond the dialogue, that it is near impossible to pick up all the subplots that are hinted at, which will most certainly show up as story lines in future volumes. Offer it to both graphic novel and horror fans. Reviewer: Ruth Cox Clark

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ISBN-13:
9781593621179
Publisher:
SLG Publishing
Publication date:
06/17/2008
Pages:
216
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
13 - 16 Years

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