Every time I get a new trade of The Unwritten, I try to leave it sitting on my table for a couple days so that I can at least seem like a patient person. But a certain husband of mine saw it waiting for me, snatched it up, and read it first like a MEANIE. So I had to read it right afterward so he couldn’t spoil it. That’s my excuse and I’m sticking with it.
It’s wonderful, as though you’d expect me to say anything else at this point. It starts with a heist, which is one of my many story-related weaknesses, and then it reminds us about Tom’s effed-up childhood, and then it lays out some very intriguing backstory for Tom’s dad, and the cabal people are killin’ lots of other people and there is a child made out of comic-book superhero (yes, you read that right) and it is cah-razy up in here.
I was a little disappointed that there wasn’t a bumper issue or whatever you might call it at the end of this volume, something like the Mr. Bun tales or the creepy Choose Your Own Adventure that would give me a diversion from the fact that I have to wait months for the next set to arrive in my library! But, on the other hand, extra story and extra questions just waiting to be answered those many months from now. 🙂
Recommendation: Seriously, why haven’t you already started reading this series?