Serenity Rose #1, October 2003, SLG Publishing
I'm on a leadership retreat for work, so I don't have a lot of time to post a thorough review of today's offering, Serenity Rose. Needless to say, this title is the premiere goth book on the mainstream market, and by far the best. Its multi-media texture pulls you into Serenity's dark world of adolescent angst and pessimistic despair. Her astute judgments of the various social high school archetypes are poignant, and oftentimes unfortunately true. Serenity is as lovable as she doesn't want to be, and I want more.
Or maybe I'm projecting. I'm trapped in a time share with folks from work. What do you think?