Review: PETROGRAD by Philip Gelatti, Art by Tyler Crook

Chaotic Compendiums recently read and reviewed Petrograd by Philip Gelatti with art from Tyler Crook for the WWI Reading Challenge in 2012.  Here’s an example:

Well-written, grounded in historical research and primary documents. Petrograd takes a well-known story and re-tells it as if it were a spy thriller, but not a James Bond spy thriller – more a John le Carre spy thriller where everything is all cynicism and shades of gray.  The art is gorgeous, rendered in sepia tones, although to be honest this bored me after awhile.

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