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"Watson’s adeptness at capturing body language and facial expressions combines with nuanced dialog and a keen sense of irony to create a hugely entertaining page-turner." Library Journal (starred review)

"A darkly humorous read." Booklist

"Watson neatly balances moody atmosphere and light comedy... [a] deadpan funny riff on artistic insecurities." Publishers Weekly

"Andi Watson’s retro line, and the art with which his daring dialogues dramatizes any situation, make this graphic novel a British Delight." Le Monde

The Book Tour
Andi Watson

The new graphic novel from Andi Watson !

Following the publication of his latest novel, G. H. Fretwell, a little-known English writer, embarks on a book tour. Nothing goes according to plan, and his trip gradually turns into a nightmare. Fretwell’s real troubles start when he is questioned by the police about a mysterious disappearance.

The Book Tour is an entertaining Kafkaesque story, which takes a surreal turn as Fretwell’s problems start to mount. Andi Watson’s book, which debuted in France, in early 2019, is a little gem of black humour with a brilliant, retro visual style.

Official Selection Angoulême 2020

Informations
Published in February 2019

17 × 24 cm, softcover
272 pages
Black and white

Andi Watson

Born in 1969, Andi Watson is a British cartoonist and illustrator best known for the graphic novels Breakfast After Noon (nominated for the Eisner Award 2001), Slow News Day and his series Skeleton Key and Love Fights, published by Oni Press and Slave Labor Graphics in the US. He has published seven graphic novels, translated in France, Spain, Italy and Germany.
Andi Watson has also worked for mainstream American comic publishers including DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and Image Comics. His latest book, the YA graphic novel Kerry and the knights of the Forest was published by Random House Graphics in the US in 2020.
He lives in Worcester (England).