Bryan Lee O’Malley is the creator of the bestselling Scott Pilgrim graphic novel series, which was adapted into a major motion picture, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. He lives in Los Angeles, where he continues to make comics.
Lost at Seaby Bryan Lee O'Malley
Raleigh doesn't have a soul. A cat stole it – at least that's what she tells people – at least that's what she would tell people if she told people anything. But that would mean talking to people, and the mere thought of social interaction is terrifying. How did such a shy teenage girl end up in a car with three of her hooligan classmates on a cross-country road trip? Being forced to interact with kids her own age is a new and alarming proposition for Raleigh, but maybe it's just what she needs – or maybe it can help her find what she needs – or maybe it can help her to realize that what she needs has been with her all along. This special hardcover edition of Bryan Lee O'Malley's classic coming-of-age graphic novel includes previously uncollected shorts and extra bonus material.
- Oni Press
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- 68 MB
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- Age Range:
- 14 - 18 Years
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Just a beautiful, intelligent, amazing journey of a book. Maybe you've never taken a road trip from California to Canada with three strangers, a trip full of cats, new friendships and lost souls, but Lost at Sea will make you nostalgic for that time you did. And that's a very good thing.
Lost At Sea was just as spectacular as I'd expected. Every single page made me think: 'What the hell is Raleigh's problem?' But I still love that girl. I love all the characters, actually. My friends have all become Lost At Sea fans as well, and we plan on getting matching t-shirts with the characters' faces on them. Rock on, Mal!
profanity!!! way too much for my Jesus filled heart to take! Picture books are fantastic for children and my Jebidiah loves picture books. When i picked this up for my sweet baby boy i had no idea of what devil worshiping filth lay within! This should be toned down!! Picture books are for children. I am very disappointed. God Bless.
Bryan Lee O'Malley has captured a great niche in his writing, and really hits home for my generation with both this work and his Scott Pilgrim series. This book brought me right back to my late teens and early twenties, the feeling that i was crazy and just not right, the lost loves that felt so right, the thoughts that everyone else had it good and i just didnt fit. This book captured those feelings so well it nearly brought me to tears