by Aaron Becker
Overall: 4 out of 5 stars

I was so excited to see this final installment of the Journey wordless picture book trilogy come across my path, but I was a bit disappointed. I remembered Journey and Quest as being visually breathtaking, but this one felt rushed somehow. Not one of the spreads was arresting and I even went back to the first two books to see if I was remembering them correctly. I was – they’re still as beautiful as ever. But I hadn’t noticed that some of the lines had the same sketchy quality as in Return. I think it’s just more prominent in this one, and for some reason it really stood out to me – possibly because the plot was not as engaging for me, especially because it consists of Dad coming and rescuing our heroine and her friends. Yawn.

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