Book Warehouse, 4118 Main, on 7th November at 7:00pm.
The previous novel took us 50 years into the past, the new one moves us to 2050 in the future. It is “A Post-Apocalyptic Murder Mystery.” It is not, he promises us, “a dystopian downer.”
Many of you will be familiar with Michael’s luminous watercolours of older houses and neighbourhoods, many of which are used to great effect in his numerous works on heritage and architectural history. These graphic novels offer a more direct approach as a storytelling medium.
Good luck, Michael!