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Sequential Tart Review of Courtney

Courtney Crumrin and the Prince of Nowhere may be old news to some, but as with the other Courtney books, it’s still being discovered a year after its release. Here’s a brand new review by Wolfen Moondaughter of Sequential Tart.

This is one of those reviews that makes me think I may not be all that bad a writer after all.

3 comments to Sequential Tart Review of Courtney

  • ramie

    Hi, I can’t seem to find any other way of attempting to contact Mr.Naifeh. I am finding it almost impossible to buy a copy of The Prince of Nowhere in the UK and ONI Press don’t appear to ship to the UK. I need a copy for my 9 year old neice for christmas and I’m at my wits end. Any help or suggestions at all would be appreciated. Thanks.

  • Each “Courtney” story has elements that make it stick in my memory fondly, be it the authentic creepiness of Rawhead and Bloody bones or Courtney firmly yet sensitively threatening the ghost of her old friends Mother. There’s always a lot of emotional power tied into the wonderful art and excellent visual design sense in the books. That all said, “Prince of Nowhere” is still my favorite story in the series for all the wonderful reasons Wolfen Moondaugher sets out in that review.

    That, and that cover is just freakin’ BEAUTIFUL! That image is such a perfect encapsulation of the themes in the book. Just plain DANG!

  • I’m in the middle of re-reading the Courtney series, and I’m excited to re-read PoN. It’s probably the strongest of the series in character development and you really feel Courtney’s pain.