Same Difference

Same Difference

Book - 2011
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Baker & Taylor
When the author of The Eternal Smile published his debut graphic novel back in 2003, it made an immediate stir: the story about a group of young people navigating adulthood and personal relationships is told with such sympathy and perception that the book was immediately hailed as an important new work, and now this deluxe edition brings the work back into print.

McMillan Palgrave

When Derek Kirk Kim (The Eternal Smile) published his debut graphic novel back in 2003, it made an immediate stir. The story about a group of young people navigating adulthood and personal relationships is told with such sympathy and perception that the book was immediately hailed as an important new work.

Seven years later, it's clear that Same Difference has won a place among the great literature of the last decade. It stands not only with Fun Home, Persepolis, and American Born Chinese as a lasting graphic novel, but with much of the best fiction of this young century. Derek's distinctive voice as an author, coupled with his clear, crisp, expressive art has made this story a classic. And this classic is now back in print, in a deluxe edition from First Second.



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A series of short stories in graphic novel format follows a group of friends in their twenties as they navigate young adulthood and relationships.

Publisher: New York : First Second, c2011
ISBN: 9781596436572
Branch Call Number: YA GX KIM
Characteristics: 90 p. :,chiefly ill. ;,22 cm.

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Nov 15, 2015

I felt a bit old and curmudgeonly reading this, because I wasn't enjoying it. The interactions, the language all put me off; but, I LOVED the view from within the fish tank.

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