I will read anything Ryan North writes. He is a brilliant, funny, insightful author. I first came to know his work through The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, which is the best comic book series ever. Period. Full stop. Subsequently, I sought out his other works, like his brilliant Romeo and/or Juliet and his self published book based off of his tumblr B to the F, where he recaps the bizarre novelization of Back to the Future page by page. So when I saw that NetGalley had an eARC of his to request I jumped at it before I even realized what it was. It turned out to be a hauntingly evocative graphic novelization of Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut. I have never read any Vonnegut before - I think I had bounced off of his writing style back in high school. But this graphic novel perfectly distilled the essence of the original book with perfect visuals. A comic is one of the best ways to tell a story about someone unstuck in time, because each panel is a frozen moment that still manages to convey movement. Ryan North did a fantastic job here. You should totally check this out!