May 27, 2017

#BookReview: Garbage Night (Vacancy #2) by Jen Lee

 
In a barren and ransacked backyard, a dog named Simon lives with his two best friends: a raccoon and a deer. The unlikely gang spends their days looting the desolate supermarket and waiting for the return of the hallowed ‘garbage night’ – but week after week, the bins remain empty. While scavenging one day, the trio meet Barnaby – another abandoned dog who tells them about the ‘other town’ where humans are still rumored to live. Spurred on by hunger and the promise of food, the trio joins up with Barnaby and set off into the unknown…

With echoes of post-war, derelict places, Garbage Night explores how animals may internalize their changing environment and express their thoughts, fears and hopes.





Jen Lee studied at the School of Visual Arts in NYC for a BFA in illustration, while also taking classes in comics, graphic design and writing. She currently freelances out of a farmhouse in Idaho, and some of her clients include Drop Dead Clothing, Burton, Boom! Studios, and Nickelodeon. Her work is influenced by artists such as Marc Boutavant, Dave Cooper and Andrei Tarkovsky.



!Its Endy!

Garbage night, a comic which is about an apocalypse and how animals deal with it. Three characters scavenge for food. But then a scruffy dog comes along who then they travel with to a place that is safe with food. But they encounter a bear who almost kills them. The scruffy dog was probably killed by the bear but it was never clear or told. It's a story that kind of worried me. Because everyone threatened to eat everyone, or kill them, to eat them to survive. I think it's not geared toward smaller kids. Maybe around 13+ would be alright, but there's no swearing.








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