The Graveyard Book Volume 2

The Graveyard Book Volume It Takes a Graveyard to Raise a Child Nobody Owens known as Bod is a normal boy He would be completely normal if he didn t live in a graveyard being raised by ghosts with a guardian who belongs to

  • Title: The Graveyard Book Volume 2
  • Author: P. Craig Russell Neil Gaiman David Lafuente Scott Hampton Kevin Nowlan Galen Showman
  • ISBN: 9780062312563
  • Page: 442
  • Format: ebook
  • It Takes a Graveyard to Raise a Child.Nobody Owens, known as Bod, is a normal boy He would be completely normal if he didn t live in a graveyard, being raised by ghosts, with a guardian who belongs to neither the world of the living nor the dead.There are adventures in the graveyard for a boy an ancient Indigo Man, a gateway to the abandoned city of ghouls, the strange aIt Takes a Graveyard to Raise a Child.Nobody Owens, known as Bod, is a normal boy He would be completely normal if he didn t live in a graveyard, being raised by ghosts, with a guardian who belongs to neither the world of the living nor the dead.There are adventures in the graveyard for a boy an ancient Indigo Man, a gateway to the abandoned city of ghouls, the strange and terrible Sleer But if Bod leaves the graveyard, he will be in danger from the man Jack who has already killed Bod s family.Each chapter in this adaptation by P Craig Russell is illustrated by a different luminary from the comic book world, showcasing a variety of styles from a breadth of talent Together, they bring Neil Gaiman s award winning, nationally bestselling novel The Graveyard Book to new life in this gorgeously illustrated two volume graphic novel adaptation.Volume One contains Chapter One through the Interlude, while Volume Two includes Chapter Six to the end.

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    1. This book was read for the BookTubeAThon This book is for4. Finish a Book in One Day The Graveyard Book Volume 2 was so amazing and beautiful. This is one of my favourite books by Neil Gaiman, and I absolutely adore Bod and all the folks in the graveyard. Easily 5 stars

    2. I loved the first volume of this book when I read it from the library so I bought the first and second volumes. I'm guessing this is the end for Bod and the family unless they make one where he is out on his own, it's sad :-( In this edition we have Bod going on in years from like 11 to 14 and then a young man going out on his own. We all know Silas as his guardian (the vamp) and he wants to keep Bod safe inside the graveyard as the man that tried to kill him as a baby is still out there in the [...]

    3. This second volume is every bit as incredible as the first and left me teary-eyed! Volume 2 focuses on the second half of The Graveyard Book written by Neil Gaiman and follows Nobody Owens as he (once again) escapes the clutches of The Man Jack. This graphic novel contains chapters 6-8 and I have to say that number 7 is a real rollercoaster ride! On several occasions, I felt my heart in my mouth. This time, the stakes are so much higher, as Bod, who is now 14, comes face to face with the man who [...]

    4. Neću da se ponavljam - pročitajte komentar uz prvi deo :DNastavak je urađen majstorski - u istom stilu kao i prethodni deo, sa različitim ilustratorima za svako poglavlje.Uživao sam dok sam čitao, bez obzira na to što znam šta će da se desi na kraju.

    5. P. Craig Russell and a host of artistic collaborators have produced a perfect adaptation of a Neil Gaiman novel.It is amazing that entire two-volume adaptation retained a signature look that did not detract from a seamless reading experience despite a multitude of artist with varying styles. That is a testament to Russell's art director skills and the singular talents of the art team and each individual's ability to mesh their art for a singular house style.As for the story, it is pretty good, i [...]

    6. Much like the first volume, this is a decent but uninspired adaptation of a book that I love. I still wish that either there had been just one artist working on the book, or that the artists that did work on it had more varied styles.

    7. Few books are more illustrated in my imagination when converted to a graphic form. Most of them suffer a loss at the hands of illustrators and hard edits. This story did not, the graphics added to the experience for me adding a feeling that had me dwelling on the pages admiring the details. I want more

    8. It was nice adaptation but would I recommend it?If you haven't read the book than no, read the book first.If you have read the book preferably not recently and loved it than yes, it new experience.Also while graphic style looks nice, it pales in comparison to Chris Riddell's masterful illustrations at beginning of each chapter of the book.

    9. Ahora por mi cumpleaños me regalaron esta segunda parte de la novela de Neil Gaiman y, por supuesto, lo devoré en unos segundos. Para quienes no sepan, estas novelas gráficas están basadas en la novela homónima de Neil Gaiman: "El libro del cementerio", sólo que en este caso tenemos la versión ilustrada por múltiples artistas y dividida en dos volúmenes.El primer volumen se enfocó en los primeros cinco capítulos de la novela, ahora tenemos el final que resultó ser una maravilla.Algo [...]

    10. A bittersweet conclusion to an epic adventure of one boy. In this edition, we finally see the fallout between Bod and Mr. Forest as well as the growing affection between Bod and Scarlett. The ending really tugged at my heartstrings. Seeing Bod leave the graveyard, which was his home for so many years, and watching the dead bid him goodbye was a sad, yet inevitable conclusion to his story. And let us not forget his guardian, for a wonderful, caring guardian he was. (He was totally a vampire, wasn [...]

    11. My dumb ass grabbed this without realizing it was part two. Now I have to go get part one. Lol. Really like the graphic novel although the cover ruins the climax.

    12. I still can't get myself to write a review after reading a book because it left me with a feeling I can't describe, same thing happened here!

    13. I love Neil Gaiman so it's not a surprise that this graphic novel worked well for me. This is the second and final volume in the duology, and it's one of the first graphic novels I've read. Bod's story is interesting and engrossing.

    14. Nachdem ich Teil 2 vom Graveyard Book als Graphic Novel Variante gelesen habe bin ich mir wieder sicher, Neil Gaimans Bücher für Kinder, sind auch definitiv für erwachsene Kinder gut. Und sie helfen vorzüglichst gegen "Leseflauten".

    15. There are books that when only a few pages are left at the end, each turn of a page that brings you closer to the end feels like a breaking heart. A long drawn out goodbye. This and its sibling volume are such books.

    16. I feel like I experienced Bod's story, and I'm sad to leave my graveyard friends behind. I didn't like the ending even though it makes sense. I already miss Silas 4.5/5

    17. So good. So good. The world of this story is just so captivating that I could read three or more books with this setting. But this book ends in a satisfying way, and never feels like it wears out its welcome. Both volumes are superb, and I think I'm going to read the actual novel even though I already know the story just so I can see more of Gaiman's brilliant prose. Fantastic!

    18. This is a graphic novel adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book, which itself is an adaptation of The Jungle Book. In this book, Bod (short for "Nobody") Owens' parents are murdered when he is a baby when Silas arrives on the scene and rescues the child at the last minute, taking him to a cemetery. Here, the benevolent ghosts who are confined to the graveyard raise the child as their own and teach him how to use ghost-like abilities to protect himself. Meanwhile, Silas acts as the ghosts' [...]

    19. This book gets a 3.5 stars.To begin, I found it tricky to focus on the words of this novel. The words seemed to bounce off the page and disappear behind a glare and the font was a little weird, but I got over that quickly.I remember the last volume feeling a little choppy and more like individual short stories, but this one seemed to flow as one story line and I really did enjoy that.It was cool seeing Bod trying to interact with living people and how he carried himself around all kinds of peopl [...]

    20. The character Silas, I want to know more. I hope his story is in the works. There is also the hell hound, what about her story? While I like the character Nobody, I am really interested in all those who cared for him. I am amazed at how rich these profile characters were to me as a reader, despite the fact that so little was given to the reader. While I was a little disappointed about the fraternity of Jacks, the Graveyard was such a captivating setting and its world so inviting to the reader's [...]

    21. 3.5I liked this one a bit more than the first, but I'm not sure if that's because the adaptations or better, or just because I like these stories better.That said, I wasn't in love with the almost-realistic-but-not art of the second story, and the last story didn't have the same emotional punch as when I read it. (Not sure if this is because of what it loses in removing prose, or just because I knew it as coming.)Overall, this is probably one of the better GN adaptations of a book I've read, but [...]

    22. Thanks my dear friend Olga, who, with her present introduced me to that great book and story! I read the second volume first, but I want to buy the first part as well, so that I familiarize myself with the begining of the story! For me, it's fairly a classic novel!!!!!

    23. This was a wonderful continuation of Volume 1 - a gripping yet delightful GN, which draws the reader into the story of the lad's (Bod's) struggle with the forces who did his family in, and why he's destined to stay at the graveyard until the evil beings (the Jacks) are vanquished. The three chapters are all well-drawn - especially the more stylized chapter six - and the text flows from frame to frame, deftly telling the story along with the drawings. Bod receives some lessons from the dead in th [...]

    24. J'ai adoré replonger dans l'univers de Bod ! Que chaque chapitre soit illustré par des personnes différentes rend la lecture encore plus intéressante.

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