The artwork is sufficiently dark and moody for the rainy and introverted mood of the tale. The introspection adds to the character development and setting the mood. I do believe that the storyline and character are well on their way to becoming a 3-dimensional and multi-faceted character that deems further watching. Read Full Review
Grant ends the issue with a classic twist, but also clears the deck of many characters, making one wonder where hell go next. Like in the original Whisper, the action sequences are grounded in character motivations, including a healthy dose of introspection for the loner protagonist. Read Full Review
Ultimately, the book is hindered by a lack of clarity. In an effort to maintain an air of mystery, Grant doesn't tell us nearly enough about the title character and her sister. It's not clear what motivates her or how she managed to switch places with her sister. There are insufficient cues to differentiate between the two sisters as well. Instead of teasing and pleasing the reader with tension and twists, Grant and Dzialowski end up confusing him or her. Read Full Review
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