Reindeer Boy by Cassandra JeanReindeer Boy by Cassandra Jean

Reindeer Boy

byCassandra Jean

Paperback | December 20, 2016

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Quincy has the same dream every year on Christmas Eve - of finding a little boy holding a special gift for her under the tree - and every Christmas morning, she's awoken to find a gift wrapped in tinfoil with her name on it...

When school resumes after the winter break, Quincy's class discovers they have an unusual new transfer student named Cupid. Ridiculously cute and friendly, the new boy has everyone both enamored and confused. Those antlers can't be real...can they?? With Cupid having seemingly set his sights on Quincy, it seems she'll be having a memorable year indeed!

Cassandra Jean, artist behind the lush pages ofBeautiful Creatures, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, and Hollow City,returns with a sweet tale of her own. She is a freelance illustrator and comic artist who spends her days toiling with a pen in her hand, and her faithful dog sleeping at her feet. The radio is always on and ...
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Title:Reindeer BoyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8.25 × 5.75 × 0.62 inPublished:December 20, 2016Publisher:Yen PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0316384186

ISBN - 13:9780316384186

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cute Really nice art and concept. Storytelling fell a little short but I hope to see it improved in a follow up.
Date published: 2017-06-28

Editorial Reviews

"Quincy is an average artsy high school girl who one day encounters Cupid, a hot transfer student. He has his clever eye on her, and slowly brings her into his world-which includes family members who have nothing in common except for antlers and jobs in delivery services. As Quincy gets further into the mystery of her connection with Cupid, she has to wrestle with conflicting love interests while dealing with her own unexpected set of antlers. Jean, illustrator for the Miss Peregrine's graphic novel series, proves herself one of the first American cartoonists to truly capture the feel of Japanese manga; the book is barely distinguishable from its Japan-made counterparts. The pacing and length are spot-on for the story's scope, and the artwork features attractive character designs, most notably for people of color (including Quincy, who's African-American). This fluffy, sweet one-shot is well worth picking up for anyone interested in manga romance or an African-American lead."-Publishers Weekly