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Hobo Mom
Hobo Mom | Max De Radigues, Charles Forsman
2 posts | 1 read | 11 to read
A cross-Atlantic collaboration, Hobo Mom was drawn simultaneously. Both cartoonists clean line styles fit together perfectly to tell the story of Tom, who lives a simple life with his pre-teen daughter, Sissy. Her mother, Natasha, who left to hop trains and has become a vagrant, shows up on the doorstep of the family she abandoned years ago. There, Natasha finds an upset husband (who is still deeply in love with her), and a little girl yearning for a mother. Can someone who covets independence settle down?
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NotCool
Hobo Mom | Max De Radigues, Charles Forsman
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Mehso-so

The artwork for this book is clean and sparse and makes good use of silence and simplicity. But the story itself was too sparse. It felt like there was more in the blurb on the back of the book then in the book itself.

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WanderingBookaneer
Hobo Mom | Max De Radigues, Charles Forsman
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We came to Books-a-Million.

This book was facing out and it spoke.

I picked it up, read it, and now I‘m dealing with the feelings that linger.

I feel like I was sucker-punched, but in the best, heartbreaking way.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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