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by David Lawrence,Amelia Woo,Patricia Briggs

Download Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson: Moon Called, Vol. 2 eBook
ISBN:
1606902148
Author:
David Lawrence,Amelia Woo,Patricia Briggs
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dynamite Entertainment; First Edition edition (January 31, 2012)
Pages:
120 pages
EPUB book:
1550 kb
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1193 kb
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1733 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
683


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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson: Moon Called Vol. The art is well done and I particularly like how Mercy is drawn. Though she does look younger than I had pictured her in my imagination.

Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson book. Amelia Woo returns to illustrate the panels, and while her work is consistent with the last volume, the same complaints I had there apply. It's hard to tell the werewolves apart and Mercy still looks like a waifish Caucasian girl who would chip a nail on a wrench.

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Story by. Patricia Briggs, David Lawrence. Brett Booth, Amelia Woo. Publisher. Dynamite Entertainment. Art by. Amelia Woo. Cover by. Coyote shape-shifter Mercy Thompson has just killed a raging werewolf in hand-to-hand - or is it fang-to-claw? - combat. But now new dangers come from all directions. or has she bitten off more than she can chew?

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In the past week, coyote shapeshifter Mercy Thompson has seen her friends kidnapped, killed, and assaulted — and things are about to get worse! A war between werewolves is erupting, and Mercy is caught smack in the middle! Can she unravel the secrets of the dark conspiracy that threatens them all in time to save her friends...and herself? Scores are settled and secrets revealed in the thrilling climax of Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thompson: Moon Called. Collecting issues #5-8 of the series, along with an all-new, never-before-published 8-page bonus story, and a complete cover gallery.
  • Karg
These short graphic novels that hit the high points of Moon Called would make a good introduction to the world Patricia Briggs has created. David Lawrence has written an interesting story that remains true to the novel. The art is well done and I particularly like how Mercy is drawn. Though she does look younger than I had pictured her in my imagination.

In the first volume, Mercy takes in a new young werewolf named Mac who tells a horrifying story about how he came to be a werewolf. But it isn't long before the werewolves he was running from catch up to him. He is killed, Adam is wounded and Jesse is kidnapped. Mercy is forced to take Adam home with her to Bran to get him the help he needs even though it also forces her to confront Samuel about their past.

In the second volume, Mercy, Adam and Samuel come back to the Tri-Cities to try to locate and rescue Jesse and to figure out what is going on with the invading werewolves. There is a lot of story to condense in the second volume and occasionally the pacing seemed rushed. However, it might encourage readers to pick up the novel to get some of the detail that just can't fit into the graphic novel format. I know looking at and reading this one has made me eager to re-read Moon Called myself.

I recommend these to graphic novel fans. The story and the art were both done well.
  • Yozshujind
I love the world of Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson series so when I discovered that there was a graphic novel that coincided with her first novel in the series I had to jump up and get it. I am not terribly familiar with graphic novels and my review will probably reflect this.

The storyline is basically that a young girl mechanic runs her own shop in the Tri-cities area of Washington state. She is not just a mechanic, but also a rare coyote shifter. Mercy is not alone because there is a whole supernatural community of fae, wolves, witches and vampires hiding in plain sight from the humans- well with the exception of the fae who are out of the supernatural closet.

Mercy, is approached by a teenage boy for a job. She should turn him away because he's obviously a runaway, but her sensitive more-than-human nose tells her that he is a newly turned werewolf and she takes pity on him. Mercy's action of taking in Mac sets a whole slew of events in motion that end up with shadowy agents tracking down Mac, with Mercy's neighbor the local wolf alpha getting attacked in his home and having his daughter kidnapped and then Mercy's adventures trying to get the girl back while being forced to confront people from her past.

This story is broken into two volumes with this first half ending right where Mercy and her accomplices are heading out from Montana back to Washington to solve to find Jessie, Adam's daughter. There is also a story short in the back of both that is a prequel of sorts showing how Mac came to be a werewolf.

First of all, the whittling down of the storyline from the original novel was well done. It covered all the salient points both in plot line and dialogue even though it was obviously a huge reduction in words letting the graphics tell much of the story too. Now that being said, I did get confused a few times like in the beginning when the story started out with one scene and then went back to explain how we got there. Personally, I think it would have been better just to stick to a chronological storyline. While confusing, it didn't detract too much, but I could see places where if I hadn't read the novel I would be somewhat confused about the world building behind the story.

Now as to the illustrations, they were wonderful. I had a picture in my mind of what the characters looked like and if my imaginary characters were drawn it would have been pretty close. I loved the detail in facial expression and in the portrayal of movement.

For the fan of the Mercy Thompson series, I think this would be a real treat and a fun experience to see the characters in graphic format and 'see' the story unfold. For someone who has never read the original novels, it might be alright, but the experience would be so much less so I heartily recommend reading the Moon Called novel first.
  • Thetahuginn
I love the Mercy Thompson book series so naturally I had to check out the graphic novel. Both Vol 1 and Vol 2 are really fast paced and bring you through the story too quickly. For those of you who plan to buy it but haven't read the book, I would say wait and read the book first before picking up the graphic novel. You may become confused about what is happening if you don't. The art work could be better too, but i do like the character design though.
  • Kirimath
I love the Mercy Thompson series a lot, but found this graphic novel disappointing. By the way the story is told, you would not realize that Sam still has feelings for Mercy. You would also not realize that he sticks around in the books. Minor things were changed that didn't need to be (no broken arm etc).

This may not be a big deal to others, but it kind of bugged me. Otherwise, enjoyable.
  • Broadcaster
I enjoyed reading Patricia Brigg's Mercy Thompson Moom Called Mercy. I can't wait to read the next book.
  • TheMoonix
to the one or two people who have never heard of Patricia Briggs and her stories about Mercy, has been living in a cave. It is amazing to watch the characters grow and mature. I am so glad that the characters have so many different sides to them...it makes it easier to end a story, knowing that you will get an even better one next time!
  • Mala
this was probably much better read as a book and not on a kindle. wasn't crazy about the artist renditions, but does follow the book quite well. liked the cover art.
Graphic Novelization of first Mercy Thomspon book. Of course, actual story line cut immensly to fit, but most of the characters were depicted about the way I had imaged them in my mind when I read the print version.