Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me by Mariko Tamaki

Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me

I’m slowly starting to get into graphic novels more and more. I happen to see this one at one of my Half Price Book stores, on sale. I picked it up and I’m so glad I did.

It’s always nice to break up some intense fantasy reading with a nice quick graphic novel. This one did not disappoint.

It’s a really quick read and had amazing artwork. I loved that most of it was white/black/grey and then you get pops and splashes of pink. It was so visually appealing and I loved it so much!

The thing that I loved the most about this was the actual story. It’s about a girl who starts to learn that she deserves more. Being treated less than okay, is not okay. We’ve also had those friends who are all consumed by their relationship that they let their friendships fall to the wayside. No? I definitely have. It’s quite annoying. It was great to see her grow and realize what she deserved and didn’t deserve. I think all teens need to read this & some adults! 🙂

3 thoughts on “Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me by Mariko Tamaki

  1. Now I’m curious! I’ve never read a graphic novel, but back in the day I did love some comic books. Sort of on the same plane, lol.

    I accidentally bought one a year or so ago about Cass Elliott…I had set it aside, but when I moved, most of my print books were left behind by family moving my things. Sigh.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    • You should give them a go!! I was always like… nah… not for me. Then I read one last year and I’m reading a lot more now!! This one is super cute and has a good message!

      Oh no! That’s a bummer!! 😦


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