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When life takes us by surprise and makes everyone want to close their eyes, Brás finally gains something he’s been waiting his entire life to find. But he would trade it all to know what happened in Rio.







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Review: Daytripper #6 0

Bras has to write obituaries for all the victims of a plane crash, all the while fearing that Jorge might be amongst the dead.  The Good I haven't read any issues of Daytripper before this. I have no idea if this is part of a continuing storyline or if it's an anthology of "told-in-ones." Regardless, I could follow everything that was happening here and enjoyed it a lot. It's a touching conceit to follow Bras as he must keep a clinical distance from the airplanes' victims deaths while still k...

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Daytripper #6 - The jakob187 Review 0

Coming off of issue five, it felt as though the way that Moon and Ba's Daytripper issues were ending was having less of an impact for me.  During the time between issues, I searched within myself a bit to try and understand why I was so attached to the books.  It quickly sunk in that they are about how death makes the events of life mean something more; the realization of mortality makes the meaning of life vastly more significant.  Issue #6 takes this to the next level, and the results are a bi...

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