Sunday, January 28, 2018
A Dream for Three (Emma and Violette, #1)
author: Jérôme Hamon
average rating: 3.66
read at: 2018/01/28
date added: 2018/01/28
'A Dream for Three (Emma and Violette, #1)' by Jerome Hamon with art by Lena Sayaphoum is a graphic novel about ballet, and I think it might be the first time I've run across the subject.
Emma and Violette are sisters who are both trying to attend a prestigious dance school in Paris. They are driven by their mother who had her own dreams that didn't come true. When Emma gets some bad news, she has to make some choices about her future. With the help of a supportive father, and the love of her mother, she finds a way to forge ahead.
It's a good story for anyone with a dream that they've pursued for a long time. It's also a good read for parent's who want to live their dreams through their kids. I really liked this story and these characters. It's hard to find these kind of parents in a lot of literature, but this is a family that all care about each other. The art is really good. It felt a bit like animation, and a bit like anime. I really liked the style.
I received a review copy of this graphic novel from Europe Comics and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel.
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