Narcissa

Narcissa From an artist whose work has appeared in than television commercials films and music videos NARCISSA is Lance Tooks beautifully drawn compelling story of one woman s journey to self discovery

  • Title: Narcissa
  • Author: Lance Tooks
  • ISBN: 9780385503426
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
  • From an artist whose work has appeared in than 100 television commercials, films, and music videos, NARCISSA is Lance Tooks beautifully drawn, compelling story of one woman s journey to self discovery.Narcissa, a talented and self centered independent filmmaker, is collapsing under the strain of her critics the enlightened people who are trying to get her to comprFrom an artist whose work has appeared in than 100 television commercials, films, and music videos, NARCISSA is Lance Tooks beautifully drawn, compelling story of one woman s journey to self discovery.Narcissa, a talented and self centered independent filmmaker, is collapsing under the strain of her critics the enlightened people who are trying to get her to compromise her integrity The stress is killing her literally Warned that if she tries to complete her current project she ll be dead in a week, Narcissa decides to escape the chaos that surrounds her and fears the fears that threaten to overwhelm her by traveling to Spain As she encounters new people, places, and experiences, Narcissa gradually comes to a deeper understanding of who she is and what she is doing with her life.Depicting Narcissa s journey with compassion and wit, Lance Tooks has created an episodic, thoroughly engrossing, exisential tale that will long resonate with readers.

    One thought on “Narcissa”

    1. It has a great bold art style reminiscent of wood block art. The art is striking and simple with its use of black, white, and red. The story is a black woman tired by personal and professional struggles goes to Spain and falls in love. The images remind me a bit of the 1959 movie Black Orpheus.

    2. It's just hard for me to get behind a book with a character I don't like. Narcissa's just not very nice, and not mean enough to be a decent villain.

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