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Camilla d'Errico's Burn Paperback – 27 Oct 2009

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Camilla d'Errico's Burn Similar to such popular science fiction franchises as the Matrix and Terminator, "Burn" tells the story of a boy who discovers the true meaning of horror when he finds himself merged with a man-killing sentient machine. Young adult. Full description

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Great Ode to Anime 6 Jun. 2013
By alexi_m - Published on Amazon.com
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Camilla d'Errico's Burn written by Scott Sanders is sci-fi piece similar in the feel of Battle Angel Alita. This is one of those great marriage of American comics and japanese Manga. The story is focused on a little boy who's dying body is taken over by a ravaging body intent on killing humans. The boy and robot fight over control over the body as he has to face distrusting humans, the robot's brother, and his own internal struggle. I find the writting is swift and gets to the point,it doesn't try to be complex. The book tries to show internal struggles and the frame of mind both robot and boy exist which is very important in this kind of medium.

Now the book is black and white but I think most people who pick up this would be anime fans so that's not big problem. The drawings weren't well produced, they're good, bu this feels like a first book for most of the people who participated. So as an indie book I think this is a great first and I hope to see sequels to this. At the price you can find this book I think makes it a worthy purchase.
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