A review by readerrachelle
Mind the Gap Volume 1: Intimate Strangers, by Jim McCann


One of the reasons I requested this book for review is the the cover reminded me of The Wicked + The Divine series; a series I enjoy immensely which I also discovered on Netgalley. The art style and colour scheme are quite reminiscent of The Wicked + The Divine and I appreciate the vibrancy of it though this tends to lean slighty more towards realism in both colour and style.

The story is well-constructed and well-executed and its refreshing to explore concepts that are not normally used in traditional story-telling. Another standout was the team's willingness to experiment with art style, colour schemes and unusual psychology etc to drive the story.

I'm looking forward to seeing where the team plans to take this series. I recommend this series for anyone who enjoyed The Wicked + The Divine.

I received this book for free from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.