Reviews

  • "This beautiful book is a reminder that hope can nest in unexpected surroundings."

    James Smart, Guardian
  • "[The] master of the long-form comics… This is a picture book of an odd and eerie beauty."

    National Geographic Traveler
  • "[It] makes an eloquent case for what comics can say by refusing to say anything, at least with language… Obviously beautiful… The story is elegantly expressed by the form… I can’t think of many non-graphic novels published this year that match the emotional force and formal deftness of [Cormorance]."

    James Kidd, Literary Review
  • "Fantastic… A bereavement for a child must be utterly devastating, confusing and forever haunting, and I think Nick approaches this subject in a very clever and thoughtful way… The momentum pulls you through the narrative, leading you to fantastic pull-out spreads of natural wonder."

    Matt Sewell, Birdwatch