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Gray Horses

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Noémie has left her home in France to study abroad In Onion City there are new friends new environments and new loves There are also new. It isn't badly written or drawn it just didn't hit the right notes with me I didn't really feel connected with Noemie or her story And the strange guy who takes pictures of her from a distance and runs away when she notices him That's creepy Graphisme Spécial école maternelle Moyenne section (MS : 4-5 ans) right notes with me I didn't L'atelier de la bande dessinée avec Hergé, tome 2 : J'apprends à raconter une histoire really feel connected with Noemie or her story And the strange guy who takes pictures of her from a distance and Des Mots en stéréo: Écrire avec la musique runs away when she notices him That's creepy

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In Noemie's sleep she's not a woman but a horse A noble creature aiding a sick little girl But how does this affect Noemie's own journey. More like this where there's magic but it doesn't get explained away I'm not the expert but I feel like Larson is just light years ahead of everyone else as far as connecting panels together in interesting unexpected ways

Hope Larson ï 3 free read

Dreams And not ordinary dreams Vivid visions of life in a different time and in a different place but than that of a different existence. The story left something to be desired but the art than made up for it


10 thoughts on “Gray Horses

  1. says:

    Maybe the seventh graphic novel or comics series volume I have read from Hope Larson This is a kind of whimsical and elliptical story of a young woman Noémie who studies abroad and meets a friend who sculpts bread And Noemie dreams and in those dreams she's a horse one who aids an ailing girl There's not much plot but the drawing is among the best I have seen from her swirling and hope ful and dream like And the notion that dreams can shape your life your future that's cool here


  2. says:

    Wonderful and dreamlike unusual yet very compelling tale


  3. says:

    It isn't badly written or drawn it just didn't hit the right notes with me I didn't really feel connected with Noemie or her story And the strange guy who takes pictures of her from a distance and runs away when she notices him? That's creepy


  4. says:

    The story left something to be desired but the art than made up for it


  5. says:

    This is another uniue and special comic by Hope Larson who also created Salamander Dreams Just as in Salamander Dreams Larson continues to draw dreamlike simple line illustrations This time her colors of choice are a light peach and black which she seems to use in order to differentiate between the items that she wants you to focus on and everything elseIn this book the main character is a French foreign exchange student named Noemie The book is peppered with French lines repeated in English This is done in a superb way Whichever language she is speaking or thinking in is in the word bubble and the other language gently flows around itNoemie is shy and cautious about the United States however she befriends a girl across the street from her apartment who’s family owns a bread shop Her new friend makes the most wonderful animals out of bread and although she seems happy in her situation she longs to move back to her native country MexicoThroughout the story someone follows Noemie around and takes pictures of her In the beginning she is disturbed by it but once she understands the circumstances she starts to reconsiderThere is also a subplot with a reoccurring dream about grey horses that Noemie tries to understand and determine the meaning ofAll this adds up to a truly original and special graphic novel This is a definite must for all libraries trying to start a collection There isn’t anything suggestive or anything you need to worry about with your “gentler” teens or their parents While I wouldn’t say this is geared to kids you don’t have to worry if they happen to pick it up


  6. says:

    This book is the story of a girl from France who comes to the US to study abroad Hope Larson captures the character's sense of foreign ness and outsider status without depending solely on the language barrier for her sense of alienation Noemi moves to Onion City from Dijon France She has a small furnished apartment She has her studies She rides the train She makes a friend She handles post break up feelings from a distance She sees a cute boy around the neighborhood It is sort of creepy how he photographs her sleeping walking around etc and runs away Tangled into this story there is a metaphorical childhorsefiretravel storyline I enjoyed reading this book I like the way Hope Larson expresses movement words and thoughts It just looks and feels different when Hope's horse gallops or when Hope's train moves down the tracks or Hope's words tumble out of a characters mouth I wish the book were longer and the plot developed but the storytelling is delightful


  7. says:

    Hmmm 25 stars I'm afraid I'm not cool enough to understand this very short graphic novel Noémie is from Dijon France She is going to school in America She has weird dreams at night about a girl named Marcy and a talking horse The horse speaks in French Marcy is sick and her parents must get rid of her things because germs are really bad for her During the day Noémie goes to Art History class with a neighbor friend There is a boy that is always taking her pictureAt the end of the book Noémie has the same photo that Marcy in her dream had Is she Marcy? Why is horses a symbol for her? What does it all mean?


  8. says:

    More like this where there's magic but it doesn't get explained away I'm not the expert but I feel like Larson is just light years ahead of everyone else as far as connecting panels together in interesting unexpected ways


  9. says:

    A French foreign exchange student in the US Very dreamlike and lyrical


  10. says:

    This is another uniue and special comic by Hope Larson who also created Salamander Dreams Just as in Salamander Dreams Larson continues to draw dreamlike simple line illustrations This time her colors of choice are a light peach and black which she seems to use in order to differentiate between the items that she wants you to focus on and everything elseIn this book the main character is a French foreign exchange student named Noemie The book is peppered with French lines repeated in English This is done in a superb way Whichever language she is speaking or thinking in is in the word bubble and the other language gently flows around itNoemie is shy and cautious about the United States however she befriends a girl across the street from her apartment who’s family owns a bread shop Her new friend makes the most wonderful animals out of bread and although she seems happy in her situation she longs to move back to her native country MexicoThroughout the story someone follows Noemie around and takes pictures of her In the beginning she is disturbed by it but once she understands the circumstances she starts to reconsiderThere is also a subplot with a reoccurring dream about grey horses that Noemie tries to understand and determine the meaning ofAll this adds up to a truly original and special graphic novel This is a definite must for all libraries trying to start a collection There isn’t anything suggestive or anything you need to worry about with your “gentler” teens or their parents While I wouldn’t say this is geared to kids you don’t have to worry if they happen to pick it up