Outskirts of Vision, by Nir Levie, is not like anything I have ever read before. It is a graphic novel, and the only thing I can describe it as, to someone that doesn't quite know what a graphic novel is, is that imagine a comic book but with an enticing story line, and deep plot.
Set in an apocalyptic world, we follow Ben, an architect, through ever changing cities...There is only one other person that Ben talks too, and together they set out to figure out why the city is changing, and in the process they change their own views of the world.
This was certainly a different type of book for me, I have never been a fan of this type of novel, but the story line and the drawings drew me in.
It can be a bit hard to read, given the size of the print, so the bigger the screen the better, but I was actually quite pleased with what the story offered.
If reminded me of how my husband and I think...the "what ifs", and the ever present "how can we be sure"
This story will make you think, and I like that...in books, and movies, and anything else in life, I like things that make me think. Plus, the drawings are fantastic. They are simple, but make a statement, and give you exactly what you need as you read this story.