Blue Is the Warmest Color
Blue Is the Warmest Color By Maroh, Julie Book - 2013 | English language edition

This was a beautiful story. The art was incredible and I loved the monochromatic coloring save for the blue -- the symbolism of it all was great. I struggled with the bit when Emma revealed herself to the parents...it seemed unrealistic to me that she would walk around Clem's parents' house in that state...but okay. Also, the jump in the middle from when they were young to when they had been together 30 odd years was frustrating because I wanted to know more about the development of their relationship such as what led Clem to cheat on Emma in the first place? It seemed a bit disjointed.

Regardless, I liked the story and the art. I am glad I got to read it and it makes me want to see the movie.

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