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    Reviews

    • Matthew Dooley’s debut graphic novel Flake is a joy... If it was a film, you could see Bill Forsyth directing it. If it was on TV, you’d file it next to your Detectorists box set. But as it’s a graphic novel, think of Joff Winterhart with a cone and a squirt of strawberry sauce.

      Teddy Jamieson, Herald Scotland
    • Full of irresistible punsA meld of Alan Bennett and the American comic-book artist Chris Wareand also Tom Gauld.

      Tim Lewis, Observer
    • Dooley is deft at employing a Chris Ware-like sense of ennui… Flake is principally comedic, comedic in the way that Magnus Mills is comedic or Wallace and Gromit… We will watch to see what he does next with baited breath.

      Bookmunch
    • [Matthew Dooley] handles this gloomy trifecta of middle age, limited financial prospects and an English costal resort in the melancholy style familiar to fans of Chris Ware, but unlike that great prophet of emptiness, restores a sunburst of optimism to this dismal corner of the nation by book's end.

      Strong Words
    • This [is an] incredibly candid and often LOLs memoir about how it feels to raise a baby on your own when you're more into negronis than nappies.

      Cosmopolitan

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