Susan, Esther, and Daisy started at university three weeks ago and became fast friends. Now, away from home for the first time, all three want to reinvent themselves. But in the face of handwringing boys, “personal experimentation,” influenza, mystery-mold, nu-chauvinism, and the willful, unwanted intrusion of “academia,” they may be lucky just to make it to spring alive. Going off to university is always a time of change and growth, but for Esther, Susan, and Daisy, things are about to get a little weird.
How did I get the book? I bought them
Reasons to read:
- The characters! I am so in-swoon with Susan, Esther and Daisy and that started pretty much from page 1. But, it’s not just them, as the story continuous you get more, nothing one-dimensional. Everyone has a reason for being and doing. Love!
- Art obviously, it does change a little after a while and personally I preferred the thicker lines instead of really fine-detail but that’s just me.
- You can throw wonderful style/art and characters together but without storytelling it doesn’t work and Giant Days delivers on the story as well. Volume after volume. Some are real top notch stand-outs but there wasn’t a single chapter I didn’t like and that’s saying something.