To be honest, I am not very fond of this book. The flashbacks and dreams confused the heck out of me, and I have no idea what the author was thinking when creating this graphic novel.
We're about 3/4 done with this book, and now, it actually is starting to make sense. This book revolves around the relationships between a father and a son. When Jimmy's grandfather was left alone during the fair, I sympathized with him. Hopefully the rest of the book will continue to catch my interest. Can this graphic novel be categorized as an autobiography of Chris Ware, the author? Maybe or maybe not.
Enough of my babbling! Any opinions on this book?