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In Waves A Tale Of Love, Heartbreak And Surfing From An Important New Voice In Comics In Waves Is Craig Thompson S Blankets Meets Barbarian Days.In This Visually Arresting Graphic Novel, Surfer And Illustrator AJ Dungo Remembers His Late Partner And The Shared Love Of Surfing That Endured Throughout Their Time Together.Dungo Explores The Beauty And Complexity Of His Relationship With His Partner As They Face Her Prolonged Battle With Cancer With His Passion For Surfing Uniting Many Narratives, He Intertwines His Own Story With Those Of Some Of The Great Heroes Of Surf In A Rare Work Of Nonfiction That Is As Moving As It Is Fascinating.

  • Hardcover
  • 376 pages
  • In Waves
  • Aj Dungo
  • 10 December 2018
  • 9781910620304

About the Author: Aj Dungo

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10 thoughts on “In Waves

  1. says:

    A large graphic novel by Aj Dungo that blends a historical reflection about surfing with a memoir about his love, Kristen, whom we learn almost from the very first has cancer The history of surfing parts seem initially rather disconnected and in a rather different tone from the personal sections about Kristen and their friends, who all spent a lot of time and joy surfing, as a kind of joyful, almost spiritual practice The history part, focused on two icons of surfing history, Duke Kahanamoku and Tom Blake, doesn t really focus on those psycho social dimension, but the two parts finally do both make it clear that surfing is often a passionate practice, where one connects aesthetics with sport.I like the layered storytelling that moves between past and present, between surfing and relationships I like the final reflection on waves, including waves of grief The illustration, design, color sepia for the surfing history, aqua for Kristen , with a lot of open space for reflection consistent with time on the ocean, are beautiful This is a very attractive artifact from Nobrow, lovingly made.I didn t get as deep a sense of Aj and Kristen s relationship as I would have liked Early on, he seemed obsessive, pushing her ...

  2. says:

    The structure of this graphic memoir gave it a detached air that kept me from fully engaging with it The author alternates moments from his relationship with a young woman who has cancer with biographical sketches of surfing legends Duke Kahanamoku and Tom Blake The history bits are fairly straightforward if a bit dull due to the pac...

  3. says:

    This book is just beautiful The art is gorgeous and it alternates memoir with history Once I picked it up, I couldn t put it down and read it all in one sitting Highly recommended

  4. says:

    Great book for folks dealing with grief.

  5. says:

    Absolutely beautiful Will edit soon because.

  6. says:

    I loved the art and narrative style of the book Blending history with personal loss prevented the book from getting too heavy.

  7. says:

    gorgeous art and a beautiful story I really liked how the author wove his own personal story of grief with the history of surfing If you think these two story lines don t fit together, see page 137 Beautifully told and well executed, with a high quality production of the from the publisher.

  8. says:

    I WAS NOT READY FOR THE EMOTIONS THAT HAPPENED WHEN I READ THIS.First of all, I really enjoy the art in this graphic novel It s simple when it needs to be, and complex when it needs to The balance and use of colors to signify the different stories that intertwine is just fantastic Secondly, though, is that when I was handed a physical copy of this GN, I was just told that this was by a Filipino author OK, coolio Then I headed right in to reading it and read it straight through until the end, when I had many feelings about the topic.I liked the intertwining of the history of surfing with the author s experiences around surfing with his girlfriend who suffers from an advancing cancer...

  9. says:

    Really beautiful book I loved that the past had yellow tones and the author s story was all in blue This artwork really drew me in and made me feel like I was experiencing his story with him, while also learning a lot about Hawaii and surfing I wish there had been actual text in the novel I think there s so much we could have learned of his and K...

  10. says:

    Note I received a finished copy of this book from the publisher at ALA Annual 2019.

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