Lucille (2011) #GN

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Published April, 2011 (Modern Age) by Top Shelf Productions and went on sale in 2011 for $29.95 USD. This issue contains 544 pages in Black & White, the current NM value is $30.00 USD. The publisher has rated this issue Mature/Adult.

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ISBN-13: 9781603090735

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hardtravelinghero
5

by on 10/19/2021 9:35:00 PM

Hauntingly engaging. I started thinking this girl is a bit weird and the book was going to be darkly humorous, but mostly humorous. Quickly, we see the protagonists as teens caught in psychological trauma they cannot escape, and when the Lucille and Arthur meet, it sends them on a journey of co-dependence they probably could not have avoided, as it was this, or isolation for Lucille, or being bound to family for Arthur. What tragic stories of abuse, sexual trauma, dysphoria. If you've ever been a lonely teen... or lonely at any age, and an outcast, you just may relate to these two teens and how their lives intertwine as the sadness within each of them intertwines in the other's own damage. Clearly recommended!

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