Kazuki Ebine À 0 Free downloadBroken it s riddled with typos and the dialogue bubbles are broken up mid sentence which might not seem so bad given how awful the writing is but it breaks that horror up even Gandhi s story is told in pretty typical manga White Water form though perhaps muted somewhatrom the usual The Slave Dancer flamboyanceound in those style of novel Strangely while calling it a manga the publishers Special Agent failed to give it the traditional manga right to left reading style thusurthering their ineptitude at releasing this bookThe only saving grace of the entire
thing is that it does relate some information about Gandhi and whatis that it does relate some information about Gandhi and what did For younger readers it might be something to read For anyone with any knowledge of literature or self respect please pass on by and read a real biography and do the man some justice This book does not I totally loved this oneThe illustration is powerful hard hitting and simply amazingThe book has been constructed in a very smart manner regarding the important milestoneshistory regarding the life of Mahatma GandhiHowever I cannot help Sleep with the Fishes feeling the lack of something while reading this one Truly bad typos galore on the nose narration and dialogue throughout bad translation topped off by unexplained and unwarranted narrative jumps Making a mental note to not read comics published by Penguin after this and that War is Boring mental trauma I experienced last year Nice cover though so Penguin can still do that learned a lot about Gandhi that I never knew before but the story was a little confusing at parts and it was difficult to differentiate between all the people after awhile also the grammatical errors bothered me but I understand that the artist sirst language is not English. With Emotional Content Kazuki Ebine combines a gripping narrative with stunning illustrations to share Gandhi's inspiring and deeply human story with a whole new generation of readers Developed in conjunction with Emotional Conten. The life of a true twentieth century hero told in a vibrant graphic novel ormat Through his uietly powerful leadership and influential use of nonviolent resistance in India s struggle against the British Raj Mahatma Gandhi became one of the most revered igures of the modern era While history has recorded Gandhi s words and deeds the man himself has been eclipsed by maxims of virtuosity that seem to have little resonance in our everyday lives In Gandhi the third volume in our exciting new manga biography series created in conjunction with Emotional Content Kazuki Ebine combines a gripping narrative with stunning illustrations to share Gandhi s inspiring and deeply human story with a whole new generation of readers I appreciated this biography as it is both simplistic and beautiful in its orm The artwork at times reminded me a little bit of Craig Thompson and I A World on Fire found myself thinking of the parallels in both Habibi and Satrapi s Persepolis as I read It s a uick read under an hour and elouently but realistically highlights the struggles Gandhi and his people endured in the name of peaceMy knowledge of him was limited to what I knewrom school and some articles I ve read so this was an enlightening piece
What strikes me most particularly as I think about our current world events is how courageous and devoted to truth andstrikes me most particularly as I think about our current world events is how courageous and devoted to truth and he was in the midst of oppression and violence The man lived his life Just like Mother Theresa biographic novel this one touches and breaks my heart as well The world really needs people like them whose love is limitless and boundless However I was a bit dissapointed that some important scenes of Gandhi s early life whle he was studying Through his uietly powerful leadership and influential use of nonviolent resistance in India's struggle against the British Raj Mahatma Gandhi became one of the most revered igures of the modern era While history has recorded Gan. N Enngland was depicted here It was the scene
WHEN HE AN ARROGANT PROFESSOR WITH HIS WITTYhe beat an arrogant with his witty wise replies And who shot Gandhi to his death I m shocked that this book was published in its current orm It is RIDDLED with typos missing punctuation dropped letters symbols
#INSERTED WHERE LETTERS SHOULD BE AND #where letters should be and translation is so poor that some sentences literally make no sense On top of that the storytelling is poorly executed it leaps rom place to place with zero explanation and the art is often difficult to ollow It s hard to 100 ways to Fight the Flab - and still have wine and chocolate figure out whether the author intended this to be read by adults or children as it meanders between complicated ideas and insipid dialogue UGH The only reason I m giving it TWO stars is because it does contain a great deal of information about Gandhi s work I m just sorry it doesn t deliver that information with greater success I m especially sorry that NO ONE bothered to proofread the book before it went to print This was disappointing Tons of typos and stilted awkward dialog madeor a jarring painful read The pacing was off too Not one of the best reads of the year by a long shot The chief merit of this manga Japanese comics rendition of Gandhi s life is that it provides a broad overview of major events and themes in chronological order which his own writings do not I join the artist s hope that it will introduce Gandhi to readers who might otherwise not know who he was and what he did But The Oxford New Greek Dictionary for anyone really interested there is no substituteor reading Gandhi himself This was awful It shocks me that something like this could get through the editing process and whatever uality control that Penguin has in place The translation is. Dhi's words and deeds the man himself has been eclipsed by maxims of virtuosity that seem to have little resonance in our everyday lives In Gandhi the third volume in our exciting new manga biography series created in conjunction.