I got the book, I spent all day reading it and I'm only a few pages in, I think I got up to page 67, the artwork and imagery is really good.
The book and stories itself are confusing, but once you work out that there are 2 kind of stories you can understand it better. It's about Emilie in the American health care system, from what I've read so far shes had to put up with some fuc
ked up stuff, for example she was only allowed to use crayons because letting her use pens is against the law.
And then there's a Victorian story, I dunno if its true or not but its pretty sick in a way but saddening and somewhat scary, I got a bit of an adrenaline rush from it. But it could actually be true. And it's likely Victorians were really sick like that back then, I wont spoil it for you but it's a bloody good read. It totally gives you a different look on life, I love it. I thought it was going to be utterly crap but it's actually really good, it's rare I like such things.
The only thing I struggle with is to read some of the handwriting because it's like proper Victorian handwriting, the pictures are well... you have to see for yourself. [8D]
But yeah, I think for nearly £40 spent it wasn't a waste of money, pretty good buy actually.