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Essex County

Where does a young boy turn when his whole world suddenly disappears? What turns two brothers from an unstoppable team into a pair of bitterly estranged loners? How does the simple-hearted care of one middle-aged nurse reveal the scars of an entire community, and can anything heal the wounds caused by a century of deception?

Award-winning cartoonist Jeff Lemire pays tribute

Award-winning cartoonist Jeff Lemire pays tribute to his roots with Essex County, an award-winning trilogy of graphic novels set in an imaginary version of his hometown, the eccentric farming community of Essex County, Ontario, Canada. In Essex County, Lemire crafts an intimate study of one community through the years, and a tender meditation on family, memory, grief, secrets, and reconciliation. With the lush, expressive inking of a young artist at the height of his powers, Lemire draws us in and sets us free. This new edition collects the complete, critically-acclaimed trilogy (Tales from the Farm, Ghost Stories, and The Country Nurse) in one deluxe volume! Also included are over 40-pages of previously unpublished material, including two new stories.
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    Donovan

    This is Lemire’s magnum opus. Love, heartbreak, loneliness, regret, friendship, family. The human condition pressed into one rural Canadian county. It’s absolutely beautiful. And I read it in two hours.

    What I love about Essex County is its ethereal bending of reality, the way memory or imagination can be true but also false. The way Lester can fly, or Lou can travel through time. The ethereal, the way these characters’ stories are intricately tied together like a Faulkner story, as well as the s

    This is Lemire’s magnum opus. Love, heartbreak, loneliness, regret, friendship, family. The human condition pressed into one rural Canadian county. It’s absolutely beautiful. And I read it in two hours.

    What I love about Essex County is its ethereal bending of reality, the way memory or imagination can be true but also false. The way Lester can fly, or Lou can travel through time. The ethereal, the way these characters’ stories are intricately tied together like a Faulkner story, as well as the superb writing, make this a transcendent five stars.

    I don’t know if it’s because I’m now a parent, getting older, or am deeply flawed like these characters, but this really got to me. Those quiet moments in life of joy and pain, when you wonder if it’s just you in it alone or if everyone feels that way, are explored here. It’s complicated yet simple, gracefully grand, and goes deeper than it probably should be able to, but it somehow does. There were so many incredible moments of writing where I just stopped and said, god damn it, how did he do that?

    Like all his indie work, Lemire also illustrates. It’s a style of its own, paired perfectly to his writing. Black and white, stark, rough, impressionistic, and makes great use of light and white space. His facial expressions are amazing in this incredibly reductive, Saturday-cartoon style, but it manages to do the heavy lifting and make one hell of an emotional impact.

    So there you have it, his greatest work, as great as everyone says it is.
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    Patrick

    Jan 30, 2012

    rated it
    it was amazing

    The more I read comics, the more I appreciate comics like this.

    The first comic I read back in 1998 or so was Miller’s Dark Knight Returns. The second was Moore’s Watchmen.

    Since then I’ve read me a lot of superhero comics. Some of them are really fine. I enjoy the hell out of a good batman story, and Whedon’s X-men was some damn fine storytelling.

    But comics like this one and Blankets are an entirely different sort of story. They’re stories about regular people living their lives, and I love se

    The first comic I read back in 1998 or so was Miller’s Dark Knight Returns. The second was Moore’s Watchmen.

    Since then I’ve read me a lot of superhero comics. Some of them are really fine. I enjoy the hell out of a good batman story, and Whedon’s X-men was some damn fine storytelling.

    But comics like this one and Blankets are an entirely different sort of story. They’re stories about regular people living their lives, and I love seeing them in the comic medium.


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    Teresa

    Jul 14, 2013

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    rhea

    I almost finished this in one night and I could probably read it again; it’s that good, with that much depth: literary fiction at its best.

    It’s hard to say which of the three books collected here was my favorite, though the middle one, “Ghost Stories,” the tale of two hockey-playing brothers from youth to their estrangement to old age probably elicited the most emotion from me. Within about ten pages I’d felt for the young boy and the old man whose paths cross in the snow, almost teared up at a

    It’s hard to say which of the three books collected here was my favorite, though the middle one, “Ghost Stories,” the tale of two hockey-playing brothers from youth to their estrangement to old age probably elicited the most emotion from me. Within about ten pages I’d felt for the young boy and the old man whose paths cross in the snow, almost teared up at a two-page wordless spread and then smiled at the smile on the face of the surviving brother, his own emotion evoked by the crow who flies, dives, swoops and perches throughout the pages. Smiles on the characters’ faces are few and when they do appear, it is effective. Life in this fictional rural Ontario county is hard and lonely, and many of the characters are death-haunted and feel guilty.

    The third book, “The Country Nurse,” takes us through the community and ties up some relationships with the historical account of how two ancestors of two of the families we already know arrived in Essex County. The illustration of the orphan with his patched blanket blowing in the wind like a cape as he points out the crow is another ‘page-stopper.’ Even the first book “Tales from the Farm,” which appears simpler than the others at first, ends with a piece of sci-fi/fantasy that is psychologically acute.

    The ‘extra’ two short stories and other bonus materials add further to the lore of the area and give us another character whose smile is hard-earned and well-deserved. Unused promotional art for “The Country Nurse” could be viewed as a summation for the whole collection.
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