Wet Moon

Wet Moon

1, Feeble Wanderings

Book - 2016 | First edition: April 2016.
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"An unusually usual day-to-day story in the Deep South, set in the gothic, swampy southern town of Wet Moon, a place fraught with lousy love lives, teen angst, and shadowy locals. As Cleo Lovedrop heads off for college at the local art school, she's haunted by her melancholic past: a lost love, a lost child. Friends and enemies live their lives around her, as trouble and dissent brews amongst them: an unseen social assailant spreads slander about Cleo, she is forced to deal with her two brusque roommates, and discovers unsolved mysteries about the girl who lived in her room previously. Elsewhere, Trilby deals with unsettled emotional and sexual issues, and keeping her secret habits hidden from everyone. And Audrey comes to the realization that, despite all her efforts, she always causes her friends distress, while Fern, a peculiar, deformed girl who lives in an isolated mansion in the bayous, begins to notice Cleo and her friends. As the moon grows full and lunar rays shine down, lunacy and moon-calves run free. Goths, friendship, romance, sex, betrayal, gossip, cats, murder, guilt, a squirrel monkey, and all the terrible and wonderful things people do to each other."--
Publisher: Portland, OR : Oni Press, 2016.
Edition: First edition: April 2016.
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781620103043
Branch Call Number: CAMPB
Characteristics: 175 pages : chiefly illustrations, maps ; 23 cm


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May 05, 2019

A group of whiny young goth girls start college and bicker about boys and other girls. I get the sense that there's a darker mystery beneath the surface, but this book doesn't give out too many clues. On the plus side, Sophie Campbell's black and white art is always excellent.

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