David Coupaud. Store Manager\Keeper of the comics.
Many people find themselves needing peace of mind, but not knowing how to achieve it. This book can help, it gives instructions for meditation stripped from the esoteric baggage that turns a lot of people away. Written plainly it will make meditation achievable for anyone who follows the instructions.
A beautifully rendered re-imaginatinon of Beauty and the Beast. This is a dark and thoughtful look at love, and a tale as old as time. Marianne Churchland's art and writing are incredible.
Intertwining threads take the reader through a magnificent journey filled with rich characters such as Nakata, a feeble minded elderly man who can talk to cats. Haruki Murakami is an incredibly gifted world builder, and this book is no exception; his deftly created characters have stayed with me like good friends on a bizarre journey. —David
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Weird little vignettes ranging in length from 1 sentence to a paragraph. Highly digestible, think of it as doorways to un-imagined worlds.
If you feel like th eFar Side just isn't strange enought, this book is for you. These eccentric web comics compiled in book form will leave you clutching your sides with laughter.
Labyrinths was my introduction to the poetically masterful author Jorge Luis Borges. I feel like he packed more imaginatino per page into his stories than about any author.
This is my favorite Kurt Vonnegut book It's a combination of witty sci-fi and heartfelt insight to the human condition and even the meaning of love.
Mr. Dalrymple does it all. Penciled, inked, watercolored, written, and lettered by the man himself. It is truly awesome. —David
Daisy Johnson is the youngest nominee to make the Man-Booker shortlist. Everything Under is her retelling of the Oedipus Myth. It is written with deep imagination, sit at the banks of her mind and read this magnificent book.
This book blew my mind, Michale Ondaatje tells the story of Buddy Bolden one of the progenitors of jazz music, mesmerizing and disturbing it is as much a look at mental illness as the rich culture that jazz came from.