Mercy Thompson

Mercy Thompson

Hopcross Jilly

Book - 2015
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Mercy is a shapeshifting coyote and honorary member of the Tri-Cities werewolf pack. When the pack stumbles upon the buried bones of numerous dead children, she shapeshifts into a mystery of the legendary fae--a mystery that draws Mercy's stepdaughter Jesse into the fray! The supernatural romance series Mercy Thompson continues in this all-new, original story by New York Times bestselling author, Patricia Briggs, exclusively created for the comic book medium!
Mercy is a shapeshifting coyote and honorary member of the Tri-Cities werewolf pack. When the pack stumbles upon the buried bones of numerous dead children, she shapeshifts into a mystery of the legendary fae--a mystery that draws Mercy's stepdaughter Jesse into the fray! The supernatural romance series Mercy Thompson continues in this all-new, original story by New York Times bestselling author, Patricia Briggs, exclusively created for the comic book medium!
Publisher: Mt. Laurel, NJ : Dynamite Entertainment, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©20145
ISBN: 9781606906682
1606906682
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Hoskin, Rik, - Author
Alternative Title: Hopcross Jilly

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Kyanite
Nov 07, 2015

My favourite of all the comic book adaptations of Briggs' work. Not because this book is super awesome- it's decent, but not great. It's more that the previous ones have been poor.

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jenniferrabbit
Sep 02, 2015

I am a pretty big Briggs fan, but I've only read a couple of graphic novels so I may be overlooking elements of drawing, layout and design. That said, I thought the drawings of the people were lively and evocative of the story as it progressed. To me the animal drawings were less successful, the wolves looking like a cross between a horse and a cat, and colored oddly. Ben, I think, was not striped like a tiger in the non-graphic Briggs novels. The story involves the discovery of the graves of missing children, bullying and name calling among high school students, and destructive mischief of unsupervised children. A satisfactory ending leaves, on balance, a favorable feel to this book.

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