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John Layman and Rob Guillory – Chew: Volume Six | Review

Title: Chew: Volume Six

Author: John Layman and Rob Guillory

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 160

Rating: 9/10

 

John Layman and Rob Guillory - Chew: Volume Six

John Layman and Rob Guillory – Chew: Volume Six

 

With Chew, whilst the story-lines differ, my ratings have remained the same – it’s been a consistent nine throughout, thanks to the cracking story, epic dialogue and quite simply stunning penmanship that this comic/graphic novel hybrid has on offer.

In this edition, cibopathic protagonist Tony Chu, a man who receives psychic impressions when he bites into things, is overshadowed somewhat by his twin sister Toni, who can see the future of anything that she eats. It sounds weird, I know, but trust me – it sounds weird because you’ve never read anything like this before.

Personally, I recommend that you read the whole series, and in order – it just gets better with each successive installment, and so I doubt you’ll end up regretting it. Consider it an investment in your mind – you need something to boggle it.

 

John Layman and Rob Guillory

John Layman and Rob Guillory

 

Click here to buy Chew: Volume Six.

 

 
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