By Jonathan Hill. Published by Oni Press.
Softcover, 328 pages, 2-Colour, 2020.
2020 Believer Book Award for Graphic Narrative
"It’s dark and gritty, yet there are moments of kindness and strength that will keep you thinking about these characters long after you’ve finished the book." — Dav Pilkey, author of the Dog Man series
Three siblings search for their missing mother across a ruined America in this original graphic novel debut from author & artist, Jonathan Hill.
Eight years ago an earthquake—the Big One—hit along the Cascadia fault line, toppling cities and changing landscapes all up and down the west coast of the United States. Life as we know it changed forever. But for Vietnamese-American Virginia Crane, life changed shortly after the earthquake, when her mother left and never came back.
Ginny has gotten used to a life without her mother, helping her father take care of her two younger brothers, Wes and Harry. But when a mysterious package arrives for her eighteenth birthday, her life is shaken up yet again. For the first time, Ginny wants something more than to survive. And it might be a selfish desire, but she's determined to find out what happened to her mother—even if it means leaving her family behind.