uniquely accessible and depicts the tumultuous life of Joyce as never before -- Irish Independent online this is an astonishing work of art -- Mark O'Halloran it's absolutely extraordinary -- Mark O'Halloran I loved every single moment of it -- Mark O'Halloran felt like I really knew him from this -- Mark O'Halloran brilliant portrait of Dublin at the time -- Mark O'Halloran just brilliant ... I could not recommend this highly enough -- Mark O'Halloran so fresh ... brilliantly written ... it just zings -- Mark O'Halloran the drawings are just divine -- Mark O'Halloran I highly highly recommend everyone to buy it -- Mark O'Halloran blown away -- thecomiccast.com this is a James Joyce I can get on board with -- thecomiccast.com wonderful cast of characters -- thecomiccast.com go out and buy this -- thecomiccast.com hands down the best comic book that O'Brien have put out -- thecomiccast.com a kind of Where's Wally for Joyce scholars -- North West Telegraph a tad Beanoesque, but Joyce, with his visual and cinematic instinct, would I'm sure, have approved -- North West Telegraph charming ... very accessible --Sunday Business Post
About the Author
Alfonso Zapico is a Spanish graphic novelist. His first book Cafe Budapest (Astiberri 2008, Timof, 2010) was awarded the Josep Toutain del Salon Internacional del Comic de Barcelona Prize in 2010. A great artist and researcher, he has spent months in Dublin and other of Joyce's home.