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  • Relié: 317 pages
  • Editeur : First Second (6 mai 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1626720940
  • ISBN-13: 978-1626720947
  • Dimensions du produit: 15,2 x 2,8 x 22,2 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Stan FREDO TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 3 août 2014
Format: Relié
Jillian Tamaki et Mariko Tamaki sont canadiennes, cousines et probablement "thirty-somethings". La première dessine des illustrations, des webcomics et des romans graphiques, tandis que la seconde fait du théâtre et écrit des romans graphiques.

'This One Summer' est leur 2è oeuvre entreprise en commun, après 'Skim' (VO et VF).

Ce récit d'apprentissage suit les quelques jours de vacances de juillet de Rose et Windy, deux gamines canadiennes, à Awago Beach, près d'un lac où leurs familles respectives ont leurs habitudes. Rose est la plus âgée mais elle a probablement tout juste 11-12 ans. Windy a un an et demi de moins, mais la différence d'âge n'a pas empêché l'amitié déjà longue de ces deux filles uniques qui se retrouvent ainsi chaque été. Les auteurs présentent l'histoire à la hauteur de ces early teenagers, et principalement de Rose, dont les parents se disputent.

Deux drames délimitent cette "tranche de vie" qui marquera les deux amies, dans leur parcours vers la vie adulte et amoureuse.

Clair et bien construit, remarquablement dessiné dans les couleurs que l'on voit en couverture, ce récit - qui n'est pas un livre pour les enfants des âges des héroïnes - est une preuve solide que le "roman graphique", concept né il y a tout-de-même environ 30 ans maintenant, donne lieu à des œuvres véritablement littéraires... avec en plus de magnifiques illustrations.
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47 internautes sur 49 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Wonderful art work and very realistic story, but maybe too realistic for some kids 27 mars 2014
Par amazonbuyer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
The artwork in "This One Summer" reaches out and pulls the reader into the story. It is a very sad but well told tale.

I have only one caution. The age range is 12-18. The subject matter is such that it may not be appropriate for some 12 year olds:
1)references to porn, oral sex, and blow jobs and 2) language.

You will have to decide if this is appropriate for your child. My older child can deal with it, but my younger one (still with in suggested age range) wanted nothing to do with it.

I was actually surprised at how difficult the story was. There was hope and joy, but so much sadness. The cover artwork is so joyful that I didn't expect it to be quite so heavy. I know it hinted at issues, but I was still not prepared.
9 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A compelling portrait of a girl on the threshold of young adulthood 9 mai 2014
Par Doug Gibson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
"This One Summer" is a graphic novel by Mariko Tamaki with charcoal-and-ink art by Jillian Tamaki, a team of cousins whose first collaboration, Skim, won a New York Times Illustrated Children’s Book Award. "Summer" tells the complex and ultimately edifying story of Rose, a tween (her age is never stated) who deals with family tensions and—vicariously, by watching the local teens in the town where her family vacations—explores the mysterious world of near-adulthood.

Rose’s mom, Alice, is dealing with depression in the aftermath of a failed pregnancy, and this leads to conflict with Rose’s kindly (and slightly immature) dad. And as this conflict progresses from tension to acrimony to reconciliation, Rose finds her attention drawn—first as an observer, and then as a sort of spy—to a parallel drama playing out between a convenience-store clerk (and subject of a minor crush) and his apparently pregnant girlfriend. Her attention caught by these two stories, Rose seems to be pondering what role she can take on as an adult, and which one of the two roles that present themselves—familiar, beloved, but withdrawn mother, or emotional, liberated, but tragic teenage girl—lie closest to how she sees herself.

Also in the mix is Windy, Rose’s younger friend, who serves as a foil for Rose’s dilemma. Windy is full of slighting references to the teens’ drama, and whether this stems from sincere disdain or a desire to keep them at a safe distance, she gives voice to perspectives that are both younger and older than Rose’s. In this way, she serves as a representation of the ways in which the community around an adolescent can be both comforting and alienating.

Summer ends with these conflicts largely resolved. Rose’s search for a place to call her own in the adult world concludes with a rediscovery of the strengths of her family and community, which equates to a rediscovery of her own strengths. The reader is tempted to imagine that Rose will find that maturing will move her closer to her true self—to a role that suits her.

Given the language, Summer may not qualify as a YA title for some, except in the sense that it concerns young protagonists. But it has much to offer as a portrait of the confusions and consolations of life on the verge of young adulthood.
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Is it time to grow up? 2 juillet 2014
Par Jennifer Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Summary:
Rose spends every summer with her parents at a lake house. She looks forward to it because she gets to see her best friend Windy. This summer is a little different though. Her mother is depressed and her parents are arguing all of the time. To get away from it, Rose and Windy are intrigued by the local teenagers who are just a little bit older than the two of them. The convenience store clerk is cute and Rose has a little bit of a crush on him. Unfortunately, he's not the perfect teen that she really should be looking up to. This One Summer shows Rose finding her place in growing up.

My thoughts:
While this is a beautiful tale, it was not really what I expected. Based upon the back of the book, I felt like there would be a good amount of mystery and excitement. I mean "caught up in something bad...something life threatening" makes me think that someone is after him and the girls have somehow gotten mixed up in it. This is not the case. While there is a large conflict in the story, it is not an action packed mystery. This is a leisurely read about growing up. The real purpose of the story is Rose finding out more about who she is in the midst of all these changes around her. She is a bit too old for the things that she used to enjoy so much with Windy, but she is still too young for some of the things the older teens are doing. Expect some awkwardness, some sadness, and some hope, but nothing that will really get your heart pumping or have you jumping through pages to find out what happens next. It's a leisurely paced book about summer, which is perfect for this time of year.
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Poignant and entertaining slice of summer. 23 juin 2014
Par J.Prather - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This One Summer does a fantastic job of capturing the magic of a lazy summer when you aren't quite old enough to fit in with the big kids and not ready to leave that little kid stuff behind. Rose and Windy meet at their family's beach retreat every summer and this summer starts out with lots of talk of developing bodies, crushes, and speculation about the older teens they encounter.

There are a lot of surprisingly poignant moments in this thoughtful book. It covers so many issues as young Rose deals with her parents fighting, her mom's depression, and the teen pregnancy drama that is playing out with the older teen crowd. She and her friend Windy find themselves without much supervision, wondering at times where the magic of summer has gone, and at other times finding it in scary movie marathons and giggle filled speculation about the nature of oral sex.

The art in this graphic novel perfectly complements the thoughtful, contemplative mood of the text. Emotions are clearly portrayed, which add unexpected layers to the drama. The writing is compelling, encouraging the reader to zip through this book, however I would encourage any reader to slow down and examine the art. The payoff is huge as many will see themselves in moments of hurt and confusion, and also joy and love.

This One Summer is a fantastic example of what constitutes a great graphic novel and is an enthusiastic recommend for readers ages 14 and up.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Excellent 14 août 2014
Par Arturo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Cannot recommend this story enough. It brought me back to those magical years of summer holidays. This really felt like a nostalgia-crack drug. Start reading with caution, and with a tissue box nearby.
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