Pete Reviews Locke and Key: Alpha and Omega

Locke & Key: Alpha & Omega by Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez

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Describe it in 25 words or less. The final installment of the Locke & Key graphic novel series.

Any particular reason for choosing this book? I wanted to finish the series. Check out my reviews of the rest of the series here.

Genre: Graphic Novel/Horror/Dark Fantasy

What did you think of the cover art? As always; the cover art by Gabriel Rodriguez was amazing.

Who was your favorite character and why? Rufus Whedon because he has the ability to see the truth.

Who was your least favorite character and why? Dodge because he is hell bent on destruction.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while? The intensity of this entire series never really let up from the very start.

Was it plot or character driven? The balance was very well executed between both.

What did you think of the ending? Intense and engaging and unexpectedly happy.

What was the moral of the story? Family and friendships are often worth fighting for.

Favorite quote: “Secrets are hell. Secrets are the prisons we make for ourselves.” – Duncan Loche

Song/Soundtrack Recommendations:
Good Vibrations by The Beach Boys
Crash Into Me by Dave Matthews Band
Anarchy in the UK by Sex Pistols

Who would you recommend it to? Fans of Joe Hill, graphic novels, horror and/or dark fantasy.

Number of unknown words: 0

Architectural Detail:
Key House Skylight


Beer pairing: Ale Syndicate’s Omega Midnight Foreign Extra Stout

When was the last time you did something that you immediately wished you could undo?

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