Burnout by Rebecca Donner
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Written by Rebecca Donner Art and cover by Inaki Miranda When Danni and her mom move in with her mom's alcoholic boyfriend, Danni develops a fierce crush on Haskell, her soon-to-be stepbrother. Desperate and confused, Danni wrestles with what she's willing to sacrifice as she confronts first love, family secrets and the politics of ecoterrorism set against the lush backdrop of the Pacific Northwest. Author Rebecca Donner is also a playwright, screenwriter/director and sings in a rock band. She's currently working on her third novel. Artist Inaki Miranda's beautifully detailed illustrations have appeared in the multiple Eisner Award-winner FABLES and in 2000AD. Advance-solicited; on sale May 7 - 176 pg, B&W, $9.99 US

About Rebecca Donner

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Rebecca Donner was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and received degrees from UC Berkeley and Columbia University. She was the literary director of the Sunday Night Fiction Series at New York City's KGB Bar from 1998 to 2002, and is the editor of On The Rocks: The KGB Bar Fiction Anthology.
Published June 24, 2008 by Minx. 176 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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Novelist Donner tries her hand at graphic novels in this new offering in the Minx line.

Jun 01 2008 | Read Full Review of Burnout (Minx Graphic Novels)

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The theme of itinerant mothers and the children they drag with them, willfully or not, runs through both Rebecca Donner’s first novel, SUNSET TERRACE, and her new graphic novel, BURNOUT.

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Even for someone who in general has a strong aversion to graphic novels, Burnout is undeniably good.

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