Thursday, April 6, 2017

Blog Tour! Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting...Review & Giveaway!

Today it is my pleasure to tell you all about a fun graphic novel from Justine Prato & Jenn St-Onge...
Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting!
Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting 
Illustrated by Jenn St-Onge 
Genre: YA Graphic Novel 
Release Date: January 2017 

Summary from Goodreads: 

Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting is a graphic novel about Molly Sanchez-Talebi, an
unemployed art school grad who hesitantly starts catsitting to pay the bills. She dreams of
breaking out of suburbia and her artistic rut, but she has a lot of self-discovery to do before that 
happens. The comic follows her funny misadventures as she learns that maybe these (sometimes) 
friendly felines are just what she needs to get her life on track. 

Title: Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting 
Author: Justine Prada
Illustrator: Jenn St-Onge
Format: Digital Graphic Novel
Source: Blog Tour/Publisher 

I don't read a lot of graphic novels, but I am so glad I read Finding Molly.  With its gorgeous artwork and completely relatable main character, it was a joy from start to finish.

Struggling artist Molly is looking for a way to make money so she can move out of her parents' home and make it on her own. Catsitting a cat straight from Hell inspires her to create a web comic which leads to more catsitting jobs and even more inspiration for her web comic.  As her followers increase, Molly's life changes as well as she searches to find her place in the art world and in life in general.

Molly is such a fun and relatable character.  Just like any young adult, she deals with self-confidence issues as she struggles to fit in among her artist friends and escape the pressure put on her by her parents. And her adventures in catsitting are fun and full of feline mischief.

I loved the detail put into each page of this entertaining story. The artist gave each character a distinct look and personality and I enjoyed the mix of characters.  And a couple of the images are just beautiful and worthy of being framed. Also, I really enjoyed how the varying artwork gave us a glimpse into Molly's thoughts and feelings.

Molly's world is highly entertaining and one I wouldn't mind reading more about.

*I received a free digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*

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1 comment:

  1. I've read a few graphic novels, but never a YA one. I love that this will be humorous to read as well as have a genuine plot behind the cat antics.