Alice
After moving back to Ohio, Alice is stuck sharing a bedroom with her brother, and worse, sharing his dreams! The bright spot in her life is her best friend, Jamie, but there's more history between their families than Alice realized, and there are secrets buried deep in their small town that only she’ll be able to explore...but only in her dreams!From writer and artist Giulio Macaione (Ofelia), Alice: From Dream to Dream is an otherworldly trek into a spectacular world of dreams, nightmares, and being a teenager. 

Alice Details

TitleAlice
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseOct 2nd, 2018
PublisherBOOM! Box
ISBN-139781684151806
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Young Adult, Comics, Fantasy, Magic

Alice Review

  • Amy Formanski Duffy
    January 1, 1970
    A surreal story of a girl who can enter other people's dreams from an Italian author and illustrator. Sort of like Nightmare on Elm Street for tweens and teens, with a much happier ending. Good fun.
  • Soobie's scared
    January 1, 1970
    Well, I'm going to have it signed in Lucca in less than two weeks!I've been reading Macaione's work for quite some time now. I love his stories and Ofelia's colors are fantastic. So, when I found out about this project I had to have it.It's about dreams and friendship and family secrets. With a touch of sibling rivalry, bullying and being between jobs.From an Italian point of view, it looks like American. Let me explain this. I've been reading some works written by Italian authors and set in the Well, I'm going to have it signed in Lucca in less than two weeks!I've been reading Macaione's work for quite some time now. I love his stories and Ofelia's colors are fantastic. So, when I found out about this project I had to have it.It's about dreams and friendship and family secrets. With a touch of sibling rivalry, bullying and being between jobs.From an Italian point of view, it looks like American. Let me explain this. I've been reading some works written by Italian authors and set in the US. Well, most of the time you realize you're in the States just because the author keeps repeating it every other page. Here the panels has an American flavor. But I'd like to know the opinion of those who really live in the US.I like the friendship part. And I like even more when (view spoiler)[Alice and Jamie don't get together at the end because I've always believed in a boy-girl friendship (hide spoiler)].The authors said it will be published in Italian next year and I guess I'll buy that one, too.
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  • Danica
    January 1, 1970
    Lovely. Sweet and sad. Would read again.
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