A Film About Billy

A Film About Billy A Film About Billy is a hybrid novel that alternates between comics and prose to tell the story of Collin Heart a year old editing a documentary about his dead friend during an international suicid
  • Title: A Film About Billy
  • Author: Daniel McCloskey
  • ISBN: 9781926616469
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Film About Billy
    A Film About Billy is a hybrid novel that alternates between comics and prose to tell the story of Collin Heart a 17 year old editing a documentary about his dead friend during an international suicide epidemic After high school, Collin leaves the military base where he grew up to work on his film Collin grapples with personal tragedy, but fails to see his role in the laA Film About Billy is a hybrid novel that alternates between comics and prose to tell the story of Collin Heart a 17 year old editing a documentary about his dead friend during an international suicide epidemic After high school, Collin leaves the military base where he grew up to work on his film Collin grapples with personal tragedy, but fails to see his role in the larger threat He doesn t connect his family history and his childhood at the base with the odd clips he finds as he sifts through footage of his friend.Meanwhile the human population is being decimated not by a virus, drug, or cataclysm, but by the cumulative effects of independent decisions made by millions of ordinary people And while a somewhat numbed Collin resolves to stop the epidemic by simply continuing to live, the actions of a desperate government may kill the last person on earth who really really really doesn t want to die.
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  • Good stuff Starts out seeming like a sort of disaffected artsy slacker kid buddy story, and then it just gets weird The hero is making a movie about his friend who committed suicide Meanwhile, a suicide pandemic engulfs the world.The idea of a suicide pandemic seems like a great metaphor for lots of terrible things happening in the world right now Like, not giving a crap about how we re destroying the planet is kind of like a suicide pandemic There was a part where lots and lots of suicides were [...]


  • It was really fun trying to give a synopsis of this to a friend This is a hybrid novel It had word chapters and graphic chapters I got sort of stuck on the way the graphics were images of videos so they all had a little record in the top corner Smart I got sort of sucked in on how the book takes place on streets I have lived on Sweet I remember feeling really attached to the funeral chapters, and I really liked how the main character takes on a new best friend when the time comes.


  • I could not put this book down, and it s been a long time since a book has engrossed me like this I loved the mix of comic graphic interface and text The plot was entertaining, and I thoroughly enjoyed the conspiracy elements.It is a far superior end of the world novel then say White Horse or the Age of Miracles were, and much enjoyable Do yourself a favour and ask for a copy today


  • This is a wonderfully creative book that deserves a wide readership Alternating prose and graphic novel sections complement each other to tell a deeply felt story set in the near future when a suicide epidemic threatens the future of humanity The plot is gripping, the characters and the youthful gestalt are genuine, and I was completely drawn into the narrator s world as he realizes he is uniquely positioned to play a critical role in the fate of the world Just Read It



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