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    Default Is no one else reading this?

    I never read the short story in print form so I am enjoying this comic book version in installments very much. I have no idea where the story is going, which makes it fun to read.

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    It's taking too looooong!

    But I also can't wait to see where it's going.

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    Thank you for reminding me. I've never read the story either.

    I'm not sure why, but I find comic books difficult to read. I end up needing to re-read most of it. However, I have now gotten far enough into this comic that I want to read the rest of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaMarie View Post
    Thank you for reminding me. I've never read the story either.

    I'm not sure why, but I find comic books difficult to read. I end up needing to re-read most of it. However, I have now gotten far enough into this comic that I want to read the rest of it.
    I too find comics somewhat difficult to read. The balloons are all over the place and sometimes I read one first when it should have been read second, etc. But I find once I'm a few pages in I get the hang of it. Yes, it is quite different from reading a regular book.

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    I was but then I decided I want to wait until there's a whole chunk out so I can read it at once.

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    ...I recently read the print version, and have caught up with the cyber comic-they parallel well, and the artwork is primo...

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    Thank you all, this is Dennis!

    I'm so glad people are enjoying it. It's always surprising to me but it really shouldn't, that people unfamiliar with comics would have trouble reading them at first. But of course it makes total sense.

    Please let me know if you have any questions! Only 6 more weeks to go, I'll try to keep it interesting!

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    Thanks Dennis! I haven't read the story before so I am really enjoying it. And I definitely like the comic format!

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    Marked my post it note for the start date and have been cking in each M/W/F. The art work is jaw dropping. Have not read many graphics, but this is a pure joy. Impatience overtook me, and I had to read the entire story. Downloaded the ebook and I must say, IMHO the graphic comic is so true to the story. It is capturing the important true essence. Excellent!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNTLGNT View Post
    ...I recently read the print version, and have caught up with the cyber comic-they parallel well, and the artwork is primo...
    Where did you find the print version? I am reading the comic version, and it's ok, but I would love to find the print version, even as an e book.

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