From actress, comic, musician, and author Charlyne Yi comes this number of illustrated, interconnected brief tales and anecdotes that blends comedy, fabulous adventures, and a hurricane of emotions that might make you need to chortle and cry on the similar time—reminiscent of the works of Demetri Martin, Shel Silverstein and John Cassavetes.
Charlyne Yi takes readers from a sky jam-packed with vengeful clouds to the depths of a frog’s belly, and to Hell and back—literally—in this number of brief tales that showcases her certain style.
Equal elements whimsical, hilarious, heartbreaking, and terrifying, those brief stories—both written and illustrated through Charlyne—can be learn individually, yet are attached thematically following the problems of affection at each age:
• Forgive Me: What occurs whilst the tiniest boy of all time is the single factor status among the world’s greatest child and an offended mob? Who may perhaps ever love whatever so small? Or so big?
• She’s All Legs: during this highly spiced, action-packed romance, Agatha, a girl who's actually simply legs and a head, comes to a decision to seek down and kill the satan himself. alongside the best way she meets Cassady, an Elvis impersonator along with his personal, mysterious gripe with the darkish Lord.
Short, one-page anecdotes, poems, reflections, and imagery also are included.
Strange, heartfelt, and beautiful, Oh the Moon exhibits you're keen on within the method that simply Charlyne Yi’s tremendous, witty brain can.