This is another graphic novel I got via NetGalley and enjoyed reading.
I felt heavy at the start of the book because I felt the weight carried by Debbie the introvert seemed too much to be relatable. Parts of it made sense to the introvert in me ( I would assume most people who enjoy the book have to have some aspect or understanding of what it means to be an introvert) but I felt like the burdens depicted seemed entirely tragic. But as all good heroic stories of survival and understanding go , there may be a rainbow in the horizon. I loved the feeling of the sketches , some depicting pleasure even without involving colours in the picture.
I feel like the book could also be motivational to those in the doldrums trying to question if a way of life needs to be defended to at every turn.