Review: An Age of License

An Age of License is a travel journal written by Lucy Knisley that details her trip around Europe in the fall of 2011.

After an invitation to speak at Raptus Comic Fest in Bergen, Norway, Knisley takes the opportunity to plan a trip around Europe to visit friends and family. Over the course of her travels she struggles with past relationships, work, and an uncertain future. She spends pages analyzing her love life, both with her ex John, and her current beau Henrik. What makes this difficult for her is that she still has feelings for John that she can’t seem to move past, and yet she knows that this budding relationship with Henrik cannot possibly last.

This review was originally published on Women Write About Comics. Read the rest here!

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