Barnes & Noble’s review of Unforgotten

Following is Barnes & Noble’s review of Tohby Riddle’s Unforgotten. The book is released in the US as a graphic novel.

It is impossible to encapsulate the wonder of this graphic novel about angels hovering and mingling; and donkeys and dogs rescuing an unexpected park bench visitor. In teacher’s note on the book, Dr. Shehan-Brights wrote that Unforgotten “is about not forgetting—about being aware of others, and ensuring that they are noticed and remembered, either in our time, or in the eras which come after us”; and in a recent interview, author Tohby Riddle said that in his illustrations, he endeavored to create the illusion of “history all at once.” He succeeded; this fiction is timeless. Editor’s recommendation.”

Illustration from Unforgotten-detail

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