[Read Halfway Home] Ebook Author Christine Mari Inzer – Kindle & PDF

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Stine takes us on a journey through modern Japan she explores the fashion hub of Harajuku; she hunts down geisha in Kyoto; she eats the best sushi of her life in Tsukiji. This was so good The part about surviving the subway is the best

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Halfway Home

The summer before she turned sixteen Christine Inzer traveled solo to Tokyo to get reacuainted with her birthplace Through charming illustrations photos and musings Chri. I enjoyed reading this collection of thoughts on travels littered with comics I loved how the author showcased her ability to laugh at herself not just others Humor played a large part in her entire account She had a way of making people laugh at her account instead of being too serious about it

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; and she meets many interesting characters along the way Halfway Home is an engaging and often hilarious look at a fascinating country and a girl rediscovering her root. A fun perspective on Japan from a young cartoonist I hope she keeps publishing


10 thoughts on “Halfway Home

  1. says:

    There’s been a lot of talk about the role of the reviewer when it comes to self published books Horn Book Magazine makes a point of not reviewing self published fare of any sort Kirkus in contrast makes uite a penny off of doing precisely that And bloggers? Bloggers make their own rules Some eschew anything but the professionally published while others are open to all comers I fall somewhere in the middle In my experience you

  2. says:

    Very impressive from a 16 year old artistwriter One of the reasons I read is to escape to new places and this book let me be a tourist

  3. says:

    I enjoyed reading this collection of thoughts on travels littered with comics I loved how the author showcased her ability to laugh at herself

  4. says:

    YA graphic novel written and illustrated by an American teenager who travels to Japan solo for a summer visit with her maternal grandparentsAn excellent book for anyone who has been to Japan and for teens obsessed with the country through mang

  5. says:

    Slight Sweet CuteIt has a place She doesn't delve particularly deep probably because she doesn't have the depth of perspective that comes with timeage but she's one to watch The story is very episodic and each page feels disconnected from the one before

  6. says:

    This was so good The part about surviving the subway is the best

  7. says:

    A fun perspective on Japan from a young cartoonist I hope she keeps publishing

  8. says:

    I thought that this book was an interesting book The drawings were pretty good and it was overall and okay book

  9. says:

    A shorter version of the original book Read the original because it is great If you don't have time to read the

  10. says:

    As a cartoonist Christine Mari Inzer is off to a very strong start Halfway Home her debut is a sweet travel diary recording her trip to Japan where she explores her half Asian background While the book has observation than insight by the end the growth in the character herself sneaks up on you It's clear that this barely out of her

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