4 stars for this one even though the art style wasn’t my type of thing at all. I can easily look past the art style though, and even become a little fond of it, when the story it’s portraying is so beautifully and emotionally authentic. I love that this was a true story and that Maggie Thrash wasn’t afraid to shy away from depicting personal and awkward moments in her life. I liked that her brute honesty allowed this story to have an atypical ‘unhappy’ ending. Even though the art style isn’t something I can necessarily appreciate on it’s own, I will definitely keep hold of this graphic memoir as it’s one of the most original ones I’ve read.