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Stitches A Memoir review ´ 104 å One day David Small awoke from a supposedly harmless operation to discover that he had been transformed into a virtual mute A vocal cord removed his throat slashed and stitched together like a bloody boot the fourteen year old boy had not been told that he had throat cancer and was expected to die Small a prize winninWas expected to die Small a prize winning children’s author recreates a life story that might have been imagined by Kafka Readers will be riveted by his journey from speechless victim subjected to X rays by his radiologist father and scolded by his withholding and tormented. Not sure how David Small's Stitches passed me by when originally published back in 2009 I guess there are just too many fascinating comics coming out these days for me to keep up Luckily a few days ago I came across the title in a GR list of comic book memoirs and finally ordered it from the library what a revelation Told in a sparse and subtle yet fluid and emotionally charged style Small's coming of age memoir is as devastating as it is cathartic the kind of book that stays with you long after you put it down I don't think I have ever seen a accurate or convincing depiction of the vulnerability of childhood in comic book form

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Mother to his decision to flee his home at sixteen with nothing than dreams of becoming an artist Recalling Running with Scissors with its ability to evoke the trauma of a childhood lost Stitches will transform adolescent and adult readers alike with its deeply liberating visio. This is officially my favorite graphic memoir Loved it so much

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Stitches A MemoirOne day David Small awoke from a supposedly harmless operation to discover that he had been transformed into a virtual mute A vocal cord removed his throat slashed and stitched together like a bloody boot the fourteen year old boy had not been told that he had throat cancer and. My Goodness Horrendously cruel and unloving parents a nasty grandma lies and a shocking surprise lead to a nightmare of a memoir and rather disturbing but powerful work of graphic artSTITCHES is aptly named with creepy book cover and illustrations to match dipicting a horror of a family and a sad child turned troubled teen When you have no voice you don't exist Interesting and unusual medical reveal about David's mother at the conclusion