Locke & Key: Head Games by Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez
Describe it in 25 words or less. The second installation of the Locke & Key graphic-novel series.
Any particular reason for choosing this book? I’m reading the entire Locke & Key series.
Genre: Graphic Novel/Science Fiction
Who was your favorite character and why? Rufus because he seems to be the most intelligent.
Who was your least favorite character and why? Zack because of his deceiving ways.
Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while? An immediate attention grabber both with story and illustrations.
Was it plot or character driven? It becomes a little more character driven in this volume.
What did you think of the ending? Interesting enough to make me want to immediately grab the next book in the series.
What was the moral of the story? Be careful what you say to people, especially in moments of anger or frustration.
Favorite quote: : “Fear. I want to take out the fear that’s in there.” – Kinsey to Tyler
Would you read it again? Yes, the magic in the illustrations is enough to bring me back. I could spend hours looking at just a few pages.
Have you read other books in the series? I’m going to continue reading the remainder of the series. Check out my review of Locke & Key Welcome To Lovecraft.
Have you read other books by the same author? I’ve read all (3) of Joe Hill’s novels. Check out my review of NOS-4R2.
Would you like to see it adapted into a film? I think I would be disappointed if this was ever made into a film (unless it was animated by Gabriel Rodriguez).
Who would you recommend it to? Comic book, Joe Hill or Stephen King fans.
Song Recommendation: Foreigner’s Head Games
Number of unknown words: 0
Favorite Architectural Detail: Inside Bode’s Head.
Beer pairing: Burleigh Brewing’s Big Head
Recipe: Fettuccine Alfredo
Artwork: Jackson Pollock Number 8
If you could place the knowledge contained in one entire book directly into your head which book would you choose?