This is a very sweet story with a fine touch of New York and its art scene
This is a very sweet story with a fine touch of New York and its art scene which should be read more than once to be understood fully. One reviewer here wondered if it is a kid’s story; I believe that the story is simple enough for a kid yet at the same time also offers enough complexities to satisfy an adult. For instance, a character like Piccolo is so innocent that an adult would have to literally suspend his disbelief in order to believe in his naivety, but a kid might be able to relate to Piccolo more easily, because he is as sweet and innocent as a kid can be.
On the other hand, a character like Gizárd is someone who would be liked more by adult readers. To be frank I really wished I had met someone like Gizárd, despite what he did to Piccolo. Anyways, this is a very nice sweet story that can be read anytime and by almost anyone, irrespective of age. This is recommended for anyone who likes to read a unique, surreal and memorable story written in simple language.