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Author Topic: David Hine's Strange Embrace  (Read 746 times)

paulvonscott

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David Hine's Strange Embrace
« on: 28 June, 2005, 06:07:14 am »
Picked up a copy of this at the London Film and Comic Con.  It's a really interesting Graphic Novel, lovely B/W line art, and a story which starts off enigmatic and intriguing and spirals down a veritable pit of darkness!  

It does get genuineley disturbing later on (with severe wrongness, so glad no one was sitting next to me on the train), but I thought it was a very good read.  Not sure I understand the time difference between when the main story is set, and the current timeframe, it seems too vast a gulf to still have characters alive, but then there's plenty of other unreal aspects which didn't bother me.

Reccomended for those who like very dark tales, a good story, and mysteries.