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The Last Lonely Saturday

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Jordan Crane plays in different styles, but always manages to express a world of emotion employing an economy of lines. This simple story about a man visiting his late wife's grave - and the big surprise he finds there - harkens late Romantic period literature and the funny books of the 50's alike. Don't be fooled by the children's book style employed here: this is a very adult story, easily digested by even the youngest of readers, and wholesome to boot.










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