Book Review | Dreary & Naughty: Friday the 13th of February

Title: Dreary & Naughty: Friday the 13th of February

Author: John LaFleur

Series: ---

Genres: Graphic Novel

Publication/Year: Schiffer Publishing • 2013

Page Numbers: 64

Synopsis from Goodreads:
In this sophomore tale of our otherworldly duo, Dreary and Naughty get off to an unlucky start on Valentine's Day weekend. All the boys of Whispering Hills High have a crush on Naughty, which drives a wedge between them (while Dreary is, well, dead to all the girls). Can their feelings for each other survive under the trials and tribulations of the dreaded Valentine's Day exchange? Taking us all back to the days when not everyone was remembered on the cardstock holiday, Friday the 13th of February is the perfect message about what's truly important in love and friendship.
My Rating: ★★★★★

My Thoughts:
Dreary & Naughty was an absolutely cute read! I loved the artwork which sat side by side with the writing. It made it fun to read. The poetic, rhyming writing style was too adorable. 

This story follows high school students Dreary (guess he is son the grim reaper) and Naughty (the daughter of the devil) the day before Valentine's Day. Naughty has a bunch of cards from guys in her school that she could care less for. She has a crush on the ever so shy Dreary. Dreary also has a crush on her. He was working on a gift for her for Valentine's Day. The two of them definitely make the concept of opposites attract stand out. Both of them are fun and adorable. I love the ending and how they become "one."

Totally enjoyed reading this.

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