Stefano Raffael's artwork adds to the realism of the book and provides the contrast needed for an unbelievable, fantastic element to stand out. His scenes, with the sepia palette of Elena Sanjust, interest through a faux tactile illusion provided by designer David Nestelle. The panels appear to be illustrated on the old rough-grain paper that you would find in the pages of an old tome, and this certainly suits a dark fantasy involving an author who has ties to a medieval time. Read Full Review
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