Synopses & Reviews
The critically lauded debut graphic novel from Bryan Lee O'Malley returns to print with a brand new cover!
Raleigh doesn't have a soul. A cat stole it or at least that's what she tells people or at least that's what she would tell people if she told people anything. But that would mean talking to people, and the mere thought of social interaction is terrifying. How did such a shy teenage girl end up in a car with three of her hooligan classmates on a cross-country road trip? Being forced to interact with kids her own age is a new and alarming proposition for Raleigh, but maybe it's just what she needs or maybe it can help her find what she needs or maybe it can help her to realize that what she needs has been with her all along.
"Lost at Sea quietly defies easy categorization, in the best possible way..." Greg McElhatton, iComics.com
"[The] initial stream-of-consciousness approach slowly evolves into a poignant, emotional but quiet climax that serves as a worthy payoff." Don MacPherson, TheFourthRail.com
"O'Malley's drawings are simply yummy, and his book captures the clumsiness, isolation, and aimlessness of adolescence." Craig Thompson, author of Blankets and Carnet de Voyage
"[A]n amazingly dense and deep book, with much revealed upon further examination..." Johanna Draper Carlson, ComicsWorthReading.com