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Spontaneous review ¿ 103 ✓ [Read] ➵ Spontaneous By Joe Harris – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Phenomenon conspiracy or delusion Kelvin Melvin Reyes was only three years old when Spontaneous Human Combustion took his father from him He's since devoted his life to exploring the mystery behind th Phenomenon conspiracy or delusion Kelvin Melvin ReyePhenomenon conspiracy or delusion Kelvin Melvin Reyes was only three years old when Spontaneous Human Combustion took his father from him He's since de. It was really the premise of Spontaneous that first prompted me to review this Spontaneous Human Combustion is something that we really don't stop to think about I was intrigued to see what path author Joe Harris would take So with an open mind I dove right inThe story flies by as the pages tell Melvin's story The problem with this brevity is that there is really no time to develop the characters Melvin is a tormented soul and that's him through the whole book Emily is that no holds barred reporter who is dead set on getting her story and again she doesn't change In fact most of the secondary characters don't even get enough face time for the reader to fully even notice them I liked that the book moved so uickly but I would have read for longer if it meant time to spend with the charactersWhat's good about the way that this story is written is that there isn't any down time at all From page one the reader is drawn into the mystery of the people who are suffering from this odd fate Melvin's story blossoms beautifully slowly letting the reader see just enough to keep them intrigued I think this is where Emily's character truly shined As you are doing your best to figure out what Melvin is going to do next Emily is uncovering the story behind it all At the end I honestly did a double take It was that interestingIn terms of illustrations Spontaneous is a lot different than other books I've seen The art style is a mixture of hard bold lines with soft watercolor providing some warmth The people in the story look like sketches than anything else More like caricatures than actual people It works for the story though and I'm honestly impressed by Brett Weldele's talent His illustrations allow the story to shine through without taking overFinal verdict Spontaneous is definitely something to check out if you are a fan of graphic novels The story is uniue and uick moving and I'm certain that you'll fall in love with the illustrations

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E But the closer he gets to his goal the further things lead down a well of secrets horrors and terrible truths Is SHC real And if so can it be stopped. Interesting idea If you think the shadow of Stephen King looms over it rest assured Firestarter is namely cited the filiation is accepted Sadly the plot and characters are way too underdeveloped for me to give it a better rating The relationship between Melvin and Kenny is obscure almost as much as The Boss motivations Looks like a novel idea disguised as a comic book Nice art from Weldele even though sometimes charactersactions are sketchy and unclear

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SpontaneousVoted his life to exploring the mystery behind the phenomenon searching for a pattern and predictors that he might save others from that same fiery fat. The premise of a boy investigating Spontaneous Human Combustion after witnessing the sudden death of his father intrigued me so here I am reading and reviewingThe story runs at a uick pace the book brief enough we tend to have caricatures than actual characters Emily is a modernized version of Lois Lane her job made harder by the fact that print newspapers are dying Melvin is appropriately tormented but there isn't much to him than that There's even less substance to the secondary characters each of whom is defined by their role in the comic rather than any personality traitsBrevity keeps all attention on the unfolding plot and the mystery of the spontaneously combusing people The tension is relentless but it's not entirely a grim book; there are moments of humour to break up the dark plotline which takes a couple of small turns before the big plot twist you're at least half expecting but it's revealed in such a surprisingly emotional way it ends up working anywayThe art style is uniue a combination of hard lines rendered in soft watercolours The sketchy monochrome drawings create a mood without overshadowing the story they're trying to tell Weldele is talented and a story like this plays to his strengthsThe hardcover price will probably scare off a lot of potential consumers and I'm not sure I'd be willing to pony up 25 for it myself but if you get a chance to read the thing it's well worth a look