Publisher’s Weekly Loves Peeters’ Aama

April 5th, 2014 § 0 comments

At Publishers Weekly, Peeters scores his second starred review in a row after last year’s Pachyderme, this time for the first volume of his SF epic Aama. The reviewer says:

Peeters is best known for his intimate graphic novel Blue Pill, but he seems to have produced this mind-bending tale of SF mystery and intrigue without breaking a sweat, offering clever retro-future designs and rich, moody hues. The expectantly hallucinatory unraveling of the mystery should satisfy fans of psychological sci-fi like 2001: A Space Odyssey and Solaris.

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