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Daytripper kindle ✓ read ï fábio moon ´ What are the most important days of your lifeMeet Brás de Oliva Domingos The miracle child of a world famous Brazilian writer Brás spends his days penning other people's obituaries and his nights dreaming of becoming a successful author himself—writing the end of other people's stWhat are the most important days of your lifeMeet Brás de Oliva Domingos The miracle child of a world famous Brazilian writer Brás spends his days penning other people's obituaries and his nights dreaming of becoming a successful author himself writing the end of other people's stories while his own has barely begunBut on the day that life begins would h Life turns on little moments Moments that you dwell on and play over and over again in your mind in the infinite ways that they could have resolved themselvesWhat do you do next Do you go talk to the girl Do you walk out of the shop Could this be one of those pivotal momentsTwin brothers Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba have crafted a wonderful graphic novel that centers on the life of one man Bras de Olivias Dominguez Each issue contains a key segment in Bras’ life and each one ends in his death Death here isn’t macabre or grizzly but an outgrowth of the central theme of the book which is that death is central to life and should be accepted not avoidedDaytripper revels in the ordinary and beautiful the sad and unexpected and offers a thought provoking glimpse at lifeThis is a comic that I could easily recommend to any friend who reads regardless whether they read comic books or not It was that profound and enjoyable of a reading experience It’s for those who “think” they know what comics can be about HehAs my friend Kat Stark would say “all of the stars”

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E even notice Does it start at 21 when he meets the girl of his dreams Or at 11 when he has his first kiss Is it later in his life when his first son is born Or earlier when he might have found his voice as a writerEach day in Brás's life is like a page from a book Each one reveals the people and things who have made him who he is his mother and father hi Great story A writer meditates on the important points in life family and living a life up until death The book is part dream part story and part memoir of his life We see him die several times throughout the story Is it a chapter in his life death a metaphorical death or just dreams of his life We don't really know I love the childhood scene where he is a kid at his grandparents home with all the family around Those are good memories of mine too I had felt in this life one of the greatest gifts I have been given is the blessing of family I love my family and being with my family I am fortunate That scene felt real and I related to it This is such an interesting work of art I am impressed and I'm so glad I read it Death is part of life and it really is the end of the book All things come to an end This too shall pass I've really been contemplating my life lately What legacy do I want to leave behind I'm at least half way through it than likely and the 1st half went fast I can only assume the 2nd half will go faster It's now time to do something with my life I want to be a healer and help people on their life journey I want to not waste the precious time I have left I feel the clock is ticking down on me and it's now or never It's too late for me to have a family in this life but it's not too late for me to leave a little something behind for the next generation This novel made me think and brought out deep musings I have been having It is such an interesting novel

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DaytripperS child and his best friend his first love and the love of his life And like all great stories each day has a twist he'll never see comingIn Daytripper the Eisner Award winning twin brothers Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá tell a magical mysterious and moving story about life itself a hauntingly lyrical journey that uses the uiet moments to ask the big uestion This book is absolutely breathtakingly gorgeous Seriously I'm talking watercolor sunsets out the wazoo Woowee For all the lush scenery we have to thank not either of the authors but colorist Dave Stewart If only if only the concept and storyline were as well done as the pink and yellow clouds drifting lazily over the oceanThe main character dies A lot Once as a kid Once as an old man And many many times in betweenI get it Life is beautiful Death is sad But starting each story knowing what was going to be coming just a few pages later gave me a real Final Destination vibe Ooooo How's he going to die this time Before long that seems to be the only thing that matters and the only reason to keep turning the pagesReading this book made me want to rewatch the excellent finale to HBO's Six Feet Under a television show about death There we got to see everyone die but at least we got to know them and care about them firstReading a book that makes you want to watch TV For some reason I don't consider that a good thing