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Read & download ☆ The Night Wanderer ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook º A mesmerizing blend of vampire thriller and coming of age story—now available as a graphic novel Newcomers to the Otter Lake native reserve don’t go unnoticed for long So it’s no surprise that 16 year old Tiffany’s curiosity is piued wheE mysterious Pierre L’Errant has a dreadful secret After centuries roaming Europe as a brooding vampire he has returned home to reclaim his Native roots before facing the rising sun and certain death Meanwhile Tiffany is deeply troubled she doubts her boyfriend is being faithful has escalating disputes with her father and her estranged mother is starting a new life with somebody else Fed up and hear. The Night Wanderer tells the story of a vampire who returns home after hundreds of years His people lived as Native Americans off the land He is on a self imposed fast during his journey He takes a room with a broken family Tiffany her father and grandmother are still feeling the effects of Tiffany's mother leaving the family behind for a white man Tiffany is also having trouble with her boyfriend She finds a strange friendship with the new boarder Pierre A friendship she can't seem to make with her own fatherThe story began life as a play by Drew Hayden Taylor then became a graphic novel The art by Michael Wyatt is not my favorite It's a little over digital so it lacks a bit on shading and warmth but it serves the story well The art is black and white except when Pierre is fighting hunger or anger then his eyes glow red It's a better told tale than other contemporary teenage vampire stories Tiffany and Pierre are both sympathetic in their own ways

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A mesmerizing blend of vampire thriller and coming of age story now available as a graphic novel Newcomers to the Otter Lake native reserve don’t go unnoticed for long So it’s no surprise that 16 year old Tiffany’s curiosity is piued when her father rents out her room to a complete stranger But little do Tiffany her father or even her insightful Granny Ruth suspect the truth about their guest Th. it's indigenous history month so i picked this up from my local library's online resources it was pretty good i liked the art and the spin on a classic vampire story was cool however i wish it had been a little longer i know it's a graphic novelization of an actual book so technically yeah i could read the original but they still could have included of the story

Drew Hayden Taylor ï 0 Review

The Night WandererTsick Tiffany threatens drastic measures and flees into the bush There in the midnight woods a chilling encounter with L’Errant changes everything as Pierre introduces Tiffany to her proud Native heritage For Pierre though destiny is fixed at sunrise In this stunning graphic version of the award winning novel first developed as a play in 1992 artist Mike Wyatt brings a brilliant story to visual life. I read the novel of this story itself an adaptation from a play before reading this graphic novel adaptation of the novel If I wasn't already so familiar with the myth of Pierre L'errant the Ojibway vampire from the book I might have only given this comic one star I really want to watch the original play If the erosion of the story between the novel and this comic is an indication of the erosion of the story when adapted from play to novel then perhaps the play was actually really good There are a lot of good elements here I really liked the story of the Ojibway vampire There is so much potential here for an exploration of colonialism and institutionalized racism and The story and this character are so Canadian and honest Unfortunately I just don't see the potential realized in this retelling See my review of the novel for on this not terrible story that I just wish was better If you liked this graphic novel at all or saw its potential I highly recommend reading the novel for a much complete experience the author were to ever rewrite this book or write another longer complete adult version of the story or expand the story of Pierre L'errant I would definitely read it