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Strangers In Paradise XXV vol 2: Hide And Seek s/c


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Terry Moore

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Page 45 Review by Stephen

"Who controls the past controls the future.
"Who controls the present controls the past."

- George Orwell

Who controls the future here remains to be seen.

Previously in STRANGERS IN PARADISE (the Omnibus review is ever so slightly expansive):

Katchoo and Francine have endured the vicious repercussions of Katchoo's tarnished past - which have come back to curtail their present and so threaten their future - successfully enough against all adversarial odds, to settle down and carve themselves a blissful, tranquil family life with their two daughters in a really rather swish villa strategically sequestered in the middle of nowhere.

It is idyllic!

Then STRANGERS IN PARADISE XXV vol 1 kicks off.

To ensure her family's safety, Katchoo finds herself racing frantically across the globe from the Isle of Skye in Scotland to the remotest jungles of Colombia. Unfortunately, she's left Francine and the girls terrifyingly vulnerable in the supposed sanctuary of their home.

All the weathers are here, both hot and humid and freezing with snow which Moore draws so eye-blindingly well, plus the sort of cliff-leaping, all-out action that you'd expect from Raiders Of The Lost Ark.

By now, however, long-term Terry Moore fans will have noticed his various storylines merging, incorporating characters and plot points from previous series MOTOR GIRL, RACHEL RISING and ECHO.

They're rekindled here to kick off the next series - imminently and ominously - in FIVE YEARS #1 and FIVE YEARS #2 which will automatically be distributed to those signed up at Page 45 for SiP.

For, as I say, who controls the future remains to be seen.

We only have five years left.

Five years left until what...?

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