It's Lonely at the Centre of the Earth: This Book Is for Someone, Somewhere.

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It's Lonely at the Centre of the Earth: This Book Is for Someone, Somewhere.

It's Lonely at the Centre of the Earth: This Book Is for Someone, Somewhere.

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You can always find the big, heavy quotations that attempt to maximize the beauty into a universal struggle for goodness and connectivity that improves us all, like Leo Tolstoy saying art ‘ is a means of union among men, joining them together in the same feelings, and indispensable for the life and progress toward well-being of individuals and of humanity,’ but whew, if this is at a party it’ll kill the vibes pretty quickly. It’s a study of “a selfish artist” whose existence and driving motivations are inextricably linked with her creativity, as she looks to make sense of her world and herself. She grows and gains perspective throughout the book, but her experience through the doldrums is always center stage.

It is existence exposed in all its messy flaws and joys, a book teeming with life and the feeling that ‘ you’re getting older but you don’t know how to grow up. It's an excellent visual representation of depression and self-pity because there's no logic to it and it's incredibly self-absorbed.

I certainly connected with many of her anecdotes, but when I finished reading I felt like it didn’t actually share all that much?

But the whole book is a memorable read full of hard-hitting passages and a style I can't help but love to bits.And for the record—no one is simply 'happy' it's a temporary state of being that comes and goes, just like pain. This is a visceral book; one that hits us on an instinctual, emotional level as much as it does on an intellectual, interpretive one. No, that sounds trite but the idea of letters colliding into a statement that will give a feeling is pretty cool at least, right? Način na koji se naracije, likovi, stilovi, tokovi misli i radnje odvijaju i smenjuju je kao da je istresla moj mozak na papir.

i've never read a graphic novel (or even a normal novel in general) that made me feel the way i did when i read this. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.

Battling isolation and suicidal thoughts through the Covid-19 pandemic, she focuses on concrete goals: attending a comic book convention in London, meeting an online crush in the U.



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