Bohemians: A Graphic History
Once again, readers are introduced to a new platform of introducing an educational topic in an engaging and interesting media format that is both visually engaging and intellectually stimulating. Bohemians: A Graphic Novel is an illustrated history of nineteenth century rise of the world changing group of people known as Bohemians. The book starts out with a brief history of Bohemia, and it only takes a few pages to notice each section is designed by a completely new artist, providing further insight into the often overly simple lifestyle this group of people choose and chooses to live. Throughout the nine chapters, you will come across many names familiar and some not so familiar, and even some you might never have heard before. The stories are short, fascinating, and flow extremely well with the artwork.
I have heard from several sources that the eBook version of this book is dreadfully painful to read as the writing is illegible and the pictures are so small. With that said, I highly recommend buying the physical book, coming in at 10.5 x 7.5 inches, as the detail and story magically come to life and is one surely to be enjoyed by all ages. Now if they had only made it in color!
|Author||Paul Buhle, Editor, David Berger, Editor|
|Page Count||304 pages|
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