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    Tom Ewing

    Sep 27, 2017

    rated it
    really liked it

    Romance graphic novel about a bunch of Brooklyn teenagers at the turn of the 60s. A death, and the well-meaning interference of a fresh-faced young social worker, are the plot catalysts: heroine Rhonda’s conflicted desire to get out on her own terms is the underlying story. Charming and very readable stuff, with a solid sense of character underneath the pulp-romance melodrama. Occasionally skewed perspective and shifting character appearances (the dudes especially) are balanced by some great cro

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    christa

    May 28, 2013

    rated it
    really liked it

    You know those movies from the 1960s that are all pointed bosoms, covert ciggies and dirty dancing with boys who favor slicked hair and switchblades. Cautionary tales. Second base bookended by car races. Where a lesser-known character is sacrificed to present a life lesson:

    “Hey, girls. Don’t get all whack from the flask and try nightswimming at Coney Island.”

    So starts Ellen Lindner’s charmingly — I’m not sure “campy” is exactly the right word, but it’ll do in a pinch — campy graphic novel “U

    “Hey, girls. Don’t get all whack from the flask and try nightswimming at Coney Island.”

    So starts Ellen Lindner’s charmingly — I’m not sure “campy” is exactly the right word, but it’ll do in a pinch — campy graphic novel “Undertow,” a cautionary tale starring a tight-knit group of South Brooklyn neighborhood kids with varying chances of busting out of the burrough and finding something bigger. But first the sacrifice: Rhonda sneaks out of her bedroom, past her too-drunk mom, to meet up with Estelle, a pretty girl who has hitched her star to the wrong horse. Her boyfriend Lucky used to be just a good time guy; Now he’s gotten in too deep with some hard core drugs. Estelle sometimes has to hunt him down in completely disgusting places.

    The girls take swigs of booze and end up at their secret spot at Coney Island. While Rhonda is on the beach teaching herself the cha-cha, Estelle goes for a fatal swim.

    Meanwhile, a good looking Ivy Leaguer is trying to infiltrate the group. He’s studying social work and as part of his studies he’s trying to gain the trust and conversation of this pack of kids. Rhonda’s older brother, a former gang leader, bites. He would like his little sister — who has so much potential — to be involved with this guy.

    Sure enough, she finds herself opening up to him. Turns out: with a photographic memory, like she has, Rhonda can be more than the nurse she aspires to be. HECK. SHE COULD EVEN BE A DOCTOR! But first everyone will be tested on the Coney Island boardwalk. And is it sunny with a chance of love?

    This has all great corniness of “Teenage Crime Wave” meets a swoon-making serialized comic from the romance section.
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    Raina

    Oct 29, 2013

    rated it
    it was ok

    It took me far too long to read this – I kept falling asleep. And I can’t figure out quite what the problem was. The story was a little wooden, but not terribly so.

    Honestly, I think the main problem I had with this book was the quality of printing. This would have been SO much better printed in color — but more than that, the inside pages look like a bad Xerox job. It bugged me, but more than that, I think it aesthetically flattened the story.

    It WAS really interesting to get a sense of what l

    Honestly, I think the main problem I had with this book was the quality of printing. This would have been SO much better printed in color — but more than that, the inside pages look like a bad Xerox job. It bugged me, but more than that, I think it aesthetically flattened the story.

    It WAS really interesting to get a sense of what life was like in the early sixties in Brooklyn and Coney Island. It felt like a good historical fiction piece, making things feel like contemporary drama (romance, drug problems, community trauma), but in a distinctly historical setting.

    I wanted to like it much more than I did.
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