Review: Displaced Persons by Derek McCulloch & Anthony Peruzzo

Published: 2014
By: Image Comics
Source: FMPL
Format: Paperback
ISBN:   9781632151216



I wasn’t going to write anything about this book and just keep it to myself, but I figured after the few twists this book sent me through that I should share this little gem with you.

Displaced Persons is divided by four different generations, all with an interesting person who enters the characters lives. This person has no recollection of who they are, where they’re from, or what their purpose is, but each of these four people is connected to one another. A baby a scar. A man with a locket. A woman who takes the name “Sunshine”, and a woman who who shows up on a movie-set.

Although there is not much to say about the story without giving away the ending, it definitely has an interesting story line because each generation is affected by the disappearance in the family, like strange curse that was placed upon the family once upon a time.

3 Star



About Black ' n Write Reviewer

Library Tech grad who is currently working on a BA in Political Science and filling all her time with books.
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