Fabien Vehlmann & Kerascot have achieved something with "Beautiful Darkness" that I've never experienced before. They have created a truly melancholic horror book that offers something beautiful. For all intents and purposes this book pleases the eyes and disheartens the soul. It's an odd reading exercise that you won't soon forget, and its joyfully dejected tone doesn't make much sense. Yet, the entire thing works gracefully like a dance with death. I've read it twice now, and I fear what a third reading will do to my psyche. Read Full Review
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