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Black Orchid
Black Orchid | Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
7 posts | 20 read | 16 to read
Susan Linden is murdered and reborn as the Black Orchid, a plant-human hybrid, determined to avenge her death and understand the deception and secrets that led to it. Reprint.
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SqueakyChu
Black Orchid | Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
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Agreed!

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SqueakyChu
Black Orchid | Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
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I selected this book at a #BookCrossing meetup to release in my #LittleFreeLibrary. The problem was that I browsed through the book before placing it on the bookshelf. You guessed it! I‘m reading it now...and I never did release it on my bookshelf. This book is cruel and mean so far. That‘s okay because it fits with what I‘m seeing my country becoming. What‘s the answer? Maybe the answer is in this graphic novel.

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HardcoverHarlot
Black Orchid | Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
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Wow. What a cool story. Some of the most gorgeous artwork I've ever seen. I like how there wasn't tons of explanation. #readathon

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HardcoverHarlot
Black Orchid | Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
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Next up for the #readathon. I've heard good things.

Soubhiville I love the cover 3y
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LauraJ
Black Orchid | Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
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This is so me right now. Must everyone in this waiting room scream into a cell phone? I understand the need for hard, easy to clean surfaces in a room filled with sick folks, but sound-dampening ceiling tiles would really be nice.

Trav The illustrations look gorgeous! 3y
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Caralen
Black Orchid | Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
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I wanted more Gaiman after finishing Lucifer, so I picked up Black Orchid. It's a superhero story that broke the 'rules' of the genre. And this is the pivotal scene that did it.

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Readaholics
Black Orchid | Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
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One of Neil Gaiman's first comic books. The story follows a hybrid-plant person from her pursuers. She flees with her younger plant "sister." Also has great cameos of other famous villains. Wacky, but amazing art and a fabulous fantastic storyline.

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