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La Vénéneuse Aux Deux Eperons

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I should probably find out what the title of this book means, but I'm afraid. Stephane Blanquet's pantomime graphic novel about weird sexual cults, freaky bourgeois sexual exploits, and, well, disturbing sexual abuses, is told entirely in silhouette. This is NOT a book for the squeamish. But its hallucinatory vision transcends the moral tags we might attach to it, and its play on the comics form is dazzling. The narrative is challenging to follow, but Blanquet seems more concerned with creating a strange and terrifying world than making the story clear. The final product is a haunting dark wood of the soul, imagery which will likely scar your mind forever. Highly recommended.









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