Lenni Reviews: “The Hard Tomorrow” by Eleanor Davis

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*This book is recommended for 18+

Hannah and her husband Johnny are living in a trailer while Johnny is building a house for them to live in. Hannah is a home care worker and an antifa protester with a bunch of her friends all while she is also trying to get pregnant.

This is a surreal sort of book. One tends to think of it’s tone being similar to the Great Depression; people living off the grid and all that, but it’s a depressingly modern sort of malaise. There are a few points I wish got more attention; like the antifa protests and whatever the hell Johnny’s friend was getting up to (trying to avoid spoilers) but our main leads carry the story well. 4 out of 5.

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One thought on “Lenni Reviews: “The Hard Tomorrow” by Eleanor Davis

  1. I spent some time in a homeschool group around people who were on the more extreme side of left-wing and people like that tend to drive me crazy, but I’m still interested in reading this book. It seems like a very different kind of premise for a graphic novel. 🙂

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