FROM THE SOUNDSTAGE TO THE STREETS!
Once the world's most famous chef, Gavin Cruikshank's been in a self-imposed exile for years. In his absence his little foodie television program has evolved into STARVE, a morally bankrupt competition show that thrills the wealthiest of the wealthy with rare, dangerous, and often illegal cuisine. But Gavin’s one-man crusade to end this outrage has stalled out, and he finds himself seduced by the very things he fled from in the first place: The toxic mix of success, money, and adoration.
Instead of trying to change the 1%, Gavin shifts his focus to the other 99%, and sparks a revolution from the ground up, empowering those who need it the most. Addressing real world themes of food scarcity and class warfare, STARVE brings its smart and subversive commentary to the forefront, making it one of the most relevant comics in recent times.
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Starve, Volume 2 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The celebrity chef redeems himself This volume takes off as the last one ended and Gavin Cruickshank is out to redeem himself: he settles everything with his wife, supports his daughter and tries new ventures. His daughter takes over from him on the Starve reality show but the whole family have another end in mind. Thoroughly enjoyable and well worth a look This is certainly clearer than the first volume and engages the reader from the outset. It also heralds the end of the series. Well done!