Short and Tweet Review: The Night Bookmobile by Audrey Niffenegger

Title: The Night Bookmobile
Author: Audrey Niffenegger
Series: None
Publisher: Abrams ComicArts, an imprint of Abrams
Publication Date: 2010
Pages: 40
Format/Source: Hardback Graphic Novel/Library 

Age Group/Genre: Adult/Magical Realism

First serialised in the Guardian, The Night Bookmobile tells the story of a young woman who one night encounters a mysterious disappearing mobile library that happens to stock every book she has ever read. Seeing her history and her most intimate self in this library, she embarks on a search for the bookmobile. Over time, her search turns into an obsession as she longs to be reunited with her own collection and her memories. (Cover and synopsis from Goodreads.)

My friend Kate at Midnight Book Girl has this feature called Short and Tweet Reviews where she reviews books in 140 characters or less, like a tweet. With this graphic novel, I didn’t have many notes written, so I thought I’d write a Short and Tweet Review for it.

So here’s my Short and Tweet Review for The Night Bookmobile:

The art reminds me of Waking Life. Love the concept, would love to see my bookmobile! Loved it until the end & I now don’t know how I feel.

My rating for The Night Bookmobile by Audrey Niffenegger:
Probably would have been 5 huge stars, if it wasn’t for that ending. I still don’t know how I feel about it.
Find it:  Goodreads │ Amazon │ Abrams
Disclaimer:  I borrowed a copy of this book from my library.  I was in no way compensated for this review.

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