Long Way Down: The Graphic Novel

Long Way Down: The Graphic Novel Review

Caitlyn Dlouhy at Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books has acquired North American rights to a graphic novel edition of Jason Reynolds's Newbery Honor– and Printz Honor–winning Long Way Down (which Dlouhy published in 2017); Danica Novgorodoff will illustrate. Elena Giovinazzo at Pippin Properties represented the author, and Tanya McKinnon at McKinnon McIntyre represented the artist.

Title:Long Way Down: The Graphic Novel
Edition Language:English

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    Long Way Down: The Graphic Novel Reviews

  • Bookishrealm

    Anyone who knows me just a little knows exactly how I feel about Long Way Down. I read it for the first time this year and it was AMAZING. Reynolds utilizes this story to capture the discussion around...

  • Paul Bryant

    The rules in this neighborhood are - in the event of a loved one being murdered - 1. No crying; 2. No snitching; 3. nearest male relative to the victim must kill the killer, no argument. The first two...

  • destiny ??? [howling libraries]

    I loved the original version of Long Way Down, so I was excited to check out this new rendition, and I have to say I'm really loving the way this story was re-imagined for this graphic novel. The wate...

  • Colleen Fauchelle

    I read the story version of this last year and loved it and the graphic novel is just as good and a very effective way to tell this important story. This book should be in all Schools around the world...

  • Patrice Jones

    4.5 stars...

  • Basic B's Guide

    Heartbreaking, poignant and unforgettable. I listened to this on audio earlier this year and have been anxiously waiting to see this story come to life as a graphic novel. It does not disappoint. A MU...

  • Phoenix (Books with Wings)

    Wow. This book.I've read a few Jason Reynolds books before - his Track series, for one - and he is an amazing writer. I actually have not gotten to read the original 'Long Way Down' but I picked up th...

  • Alicia

    I think there was a reason I hadn't gotten my hands on a galley ahead of time and seemed to wait FOREVER to get it delivered to the high school. It's because I needed to be able to sit with it at nigh...

  • Emily Sanders

    When I first read Long Way Down I loved it... then I listened to the audio book and I realized there were things that I didn’t pick up on the first time... the emphasis that were important to the na...

  • Nicole

    Stunning! I loved the graphic novel as much as I loved the original and the audio. ...