Holly Black Ted Naifeh / Jan 24, 2020

Kith From the amazing imagination of bestselling author Holly Black a mysterious and wonderful teen graphic novel masterpiece Rue Silver s life is not what it appears to be Her mother is a faerie and has

  • Title: Kith
  • Author: Holly Black Ted Naifeh
  • ISBN: 9780439855631
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the amazing imagination of bestselling author Holly Black, a mysterious and wonderful teen graphic novel masterpiece.Rue Silver s life is not what it appears to be Her mother is a faerie, and has been taken back to the faerie realm As Rue goes to bring her back, she must travel deep into an inhuman world At the same time, the faerie realm is venturing into our worlFrom the amazing imagination of bestselling author Holly Black, a mysterious and wonderful teen graphic novel masterpiece.Rue Silver s life is not what it appears to be Her mother is a faerie, and has been taken back to the faerie realm As Rue goes to bring her back, she must travel deep into an inhuman world At the same time, the faerie realm is venturing into our world too, and taking its toll on those Rue loves When her grandfather s plans threaten Rue s city, she realizes that she s the only one who can stop him But is Rue a human or a faerie Where does she fit How does she know the difference between love and enchantment

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      • Holly Black Ted Naifeh

        Holly Black is the author of bestselling contemporary fantasy books for kids and teens Some of her titles include The Spiderwick Chronicles with Tony DiTerlizzi , The Modern Faerie Tale series, the Curse Workers series, Doll Bones, The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, the Magisterium series with Cassandra Clare , The Darkest Part of the Forest, and her new series which begins with The Cruel Prince in January 2018.She has been a a finalist for an Eisner Award, and the recipient of the Andre Norton Award, the Mythopoeic Award and a Newbery Honor She currently lives in New England with her husband and son in a house with a secret door.


    1. Rue's world is getting darker. In the last volume of The Good Neighbors, she discovered that faeries are real and not harmless, glitter-sparkled fantasies like fairy tales have described them.In this installment, Rue learns about the perils of faerie enchantments and intricate faerie plans. Mixing magic with the every day world, human and faerie, is downright dangerous.Rue also discovers more about her mother's (Nia's) family and not everything she learns is comforting."You can't keep mom here a [...]

    2. The plot is decent, not great, but decent. It's also a fast and easy read, so that's nice, too. Now I'm going to pick on it for a second, so just bear with me. The way the characters are drawn is just plain weird. It was a train wreck that I couldn't look away from. You know that poor crazy woman who gets in the news sometimes because she keeps having plastic surgery to make herself look like a cat? Yeah. They look like that. All of them. Brrrr. It looks like the skin on their faces has been str [...]

    3. Two things about this book. Physically: I like this book. I'm not much for comic books but they're a nice change from normal books. They're really quick reads and it's cool to actually SEE what's going on. It's just that sometimes I feel like the panels go by too fast. Like, the characters see something happen and get over it way to fast. And sometimes I have to kinda guess what just happened from what was implied by the picture. I don't get the whole picture, figuratively speaking, in just one [...]

    4. Sadly this installment was worse than the first. I didn't understand the characters any more than in the first installment and frankly thought many of their actions were unfounded and stupid (to both their health and the overall plot).Overall I am just disappointed with this whole thing. I expected so much more considering the author is Holly Black. The art is done fairly well but the actions of the characters are insanely jumpy since the words themselves jump from scene to scene without solid s [...]

    5. Nur minimal besser, als der erste Teil. Man konnte der Handlung ein wenig besser folgen, aber so richtig logisch stringent war es immer noch nicht.Auch bleiben die Hintergründe, warum wer wie was wann macht ziemlich nebulös.

    6. Reviewed by Sally Kruger aka "Readingjunky" for TeensReadTooRue Silver is half faerie, half human. Her mother died, leaving Rue and her father, Thaddeus, alone. Or did she really? Rue believes her mother is still alive somewhere.Using her faerie powers, Rue travels into the world controlled by her magical grandfather and discovers her mother is still alive. Although she doesn't want to be tempted by this other world, Rue is entertained by her brief visit there. She knows she must return to keep [...]

    7. Despite being a fan of Holly Black's writing in general, I'm very unimpressed by The Good Neighbors. Volume two, Kith, did little to change that. The characters remain unsympathetic. Most of their actions are driven by selfishness. They don't seem to care how their actions will make those around them feel. The only character who seems to be a decent, kind person is Amanda. While the plot moved forward at a good pace considering how few pages Black had to work with, there were more than a few plo [...]

    8. Rue wrestles with her newfound identity as (view spoiler)[a half-fairy (hide spoiler)], while trying to keep her friends safe from the fairy world's depredations. There's a plan to transform the human city into the fairies' playground, and only Rue has the power to see it--and possibly to stop it.I have two problems with this. First, it's far too short. The relationships between characters aren't fleshed out, and their motivations are too mysterious and complicated for such a slim volume. Second [...]

    9. I decided to give this series another chance. I'd heard from friends that it improved and well, I kinda agree.The first 95% percent of this comic was like the other - dull, with characters and a plot that I simply didn't care about. But what made me actually appreciate this one more than the first book was the main characters evil grandfather and the villain of the book, Aubrey. He was interesting, gave the series an actual plot and then a plottwist. I'm still not a fan of the art - it's not con [...]

    10. I like the development of the story, and Naifeh's art is consistent (even if I find some of his people too similar looking, and they all have insanely high cheekbones) - but the narration was very herky-jerky. I suppose narration isn't the right word, since there really isn't much in the way of narration, and perhaps that's part of the problem. The story just doesn't flow very well - transitions are awkward and jump from one to the next without smooth segues.I like it, but I think it could be be [...]

    11. I got this ARC the other day and so I decided to give it a shot. I have never read a Graphic Novel before (well, since I was a kid and read comicsbut not quite the same). This is the second in the series, so I was seriously lost throughout the story line, but the graphics are amazing. Hence the so-so review.

    12. Like volume one, volume two has a good story (yay for urban fantasy!) and good art, and ends on a great cliffhanger. What can I say that I didn't say in the review for volume one? Oh, the cover is better, and more representative of the interior art.

    13. Rue's story continues as she becomes more emeshed in the world of the faeries. Where Aubrey's plans are changing her world. I am really enjoying this story.

    14. (note: I reviewed the trilogy together. What follows is a response to the three.)Holly Black creates a complicated story of love and betrayal and it is necessarily dark. That the story is told in a trilogy is perfect because The Good Neighbors is all about threes; triangles are everywhere. It also all about two: author & illustrator.In the first book, Rue Silver discovers a past that has been kept secret. In the second, the conflicts rise up to meet her in the present, with the consequences [...]

    15. This is the second installment of Holly Black's The Good Neighbors. Rue finds her mom and is convinced to spend the night where her mom is, just to see how her "other" family lives. This is a graphic novel series, so quite a git of the story is supposed to be told through the pictures. However, the pictures, while I still say are realistic, are not consistent. Sometimes the characters look amazing and others, they look monstrous - when they're NOT supposed to! That is distracting to me as I read [...]

    16. I read the first book from this series, it was ok but I didn't care much for it. However I did decide to read the second book. But again I still don't really care for what's going on. It's all very dark and dull, and to be honest some pats were confusing. I think there needed to be more words and description of text explaining more. Overall I give it a 2.5, I probably will read the third book as I'm interested in what will happen.

    17. Black has an excellent touch in crossing fae and human. This continues the tale of Rue, a teenage halfbreed that is trying to skate in the line between the two worlds without destroying either. Her talent is plants; her mother is fae, and her grandfather (fae) wants to isolate and take over her human city. Trying to juggle caring about her human friends but attracted to fae power is a massive struggle.

    18. This was a really good sequel. The plot twist at the end was really well done. The plot of this particular book felt well paced and complete. Like most graphic novels drawn by men, this one felt a bit male-gazey.

    19. I'm really enjoying the story but the art work is weird. Most of the time I find the art work distracting from the story (especially the main characters). The background stuff is fun to look at though.

    20. The unknowns become known in the second installment, and we draw closer to understanding what Rue is meant to be doing.

    21. I'm really enjoying the dark, black and white illustrations. It totally matches with the dark tone and mood of the story. I can't wait to see how it all ends!

    22. These books are just way too short. And honestly, not all that interesting if you've read other books by Holly Black. I probably won't even read the final volume unless it ends up in my local library.

    23. Rue has always been able to “see things” out of the corner of her eye. Now the things have stopped hiding. Her friends, a group of urban explorers, discover a different kind of hidden world as vines begin taking over the city and people they know begin to disappear.Holly Black’s faerie twist on Supernatural Romance is a quick read, not too deep, but great fun. There’s not much dialogue either, but that’s OK, because Naifeh’s art is so tasty. His fresh, simplistic renditions capture y [...]

    24. In the first book, Rue Silver learned she was a Halfling, half human, half fae when she lost her mother, Nia, because her father broke the one promise required for Nia to remain in the human world. She also met her grandfather, Aubrey, a ruthless faerie king who wants her to live in his world.In book two, Rue learns on thing for sure: teen aged girls aren’t up to the task of taking on the Machiavellian plotting of an ancient faerie king. She thinks that she and her friends are safe but she wan [...]

    25. In the second of three books in Holly Black & Ted Naifeh's 'The Good Neighbors' series, Rue faces the aftermath of her discoveries and is plunged deeper into all that is faerie that has been invading her world. With her boyfriend avoiding her, a friend disappeared into the woods, and her mother's shadow luring Rue into the midst of her grandfather's faerie gathering, Rue is put into the position to make decisions that effect not only her, but her entire town. Being half human and half faerie [...]

    26. What seemed to be an interesting story in Volume 1 (Kin), ends up falling apart in this second volume, Kith.First of all, Ted Naifeh seemed to have either lost his touch or was only halfheartedly interested in this volume, as one of the big issues was the lack of detail on many of the characters. At certain times, characters would suddenly look different from frame to frame making it easy for the reader to mistaken the new drawing for a different character. Other times, Naifeh seems to use a min [...]

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