Read M.F.K.: Book One Online Free - A fantastic adventure following the story of Abbie, a deaf girl with a mysterious power, who is traveling across a vast desert to scatter her mother's ashes.
In a world of sleeping gods, a broken government, and a fragile peace held in the hands of the corrupt, one youth must find the strength to stand up against evil and save humanity.
This story is not about that youth.
It’s about Abbie, who just wants to get to the mountain range called the Potter’s Spine and scatter her mother’s ashes. But the way is filled with sandstorms, wild beasts, and rogues that wield inhuman powers and prey on poor desert dwellers. When one of these rogues threatens the town where Abbie takes refuge, she must choose between running, or unleashing her own hidden power to meet danger head-on.
Journeys are hard on the social recluses of the world.
|Title||:||M.F.K.: Book One|
|Number of Pages||:||129 pages|
October 16, 2017
A bit rushed -- the story had a lot to say, so some of the arcs came a bit too fast, when I would have loved to spend more time with the characters and little town of Marigold.
But OooooOOoh man... this story had A LOT to say!
Mysterious plot? Beautiful.
July 20, 2017
I am intrigued
August 04, 2017
Book – MFK (MFK #1)
Author – Nilah Magruder
Star rating - ★★★☆☆
No. of Pages – 129
Cover – Gorgeous
Genre – Comic, Graphic Novel, Children's, Death
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Okay, so this was a strange one for me. The cover and blurb tells us that this is Abbie's story, but it's really not....
October 08, 2017
I bought this after seeing an online review, and it was...okay. This is only the very beginning of a larger story so it's hard for me to judge it at that point. As noted by others, it has strong anime/manga and Avatar: The Last Airbender influences.
The problem is that it is structured like manga,...
October 17, 2017
Adorable. I got sucked into this book one morning while looking at a cart of new books at work. The world building is slow in a good way, building anticipation and revealing itself in time. I also loved the various characters. They were a little less than three dimensional but I think that will b...
August 18, 2017
I thought how to find a fox was absolutely adorable, this one I'm not sure on.
Some interesting ideas and world sketched out, more like an introduction leading to something then a complete volume on its own. Perhaps a more accurate blurb would help? The one on the back was barely related to the st...
August 30, 2017
There is some promise in this opening chapter of whatever is intended to come. There's a lot of work needed on the artwork first, however, to make both the book - and more importantly - the characters become distinguished. Odd decisions pepper the page, too, like the choice of broad guttering or...
September 26, 2017
M.F.K. by Nilah Magruder is a free NetGalley e-comicbook that I read in early September.
Abbie appears at a Tatooine-like desert village of Little Marigold far from her own and is cared for back to health by Jaime and his family, while experiencing pained, ritual-like, spooky nightmares and shocks...
October 10, 2017
This is a cute little story, but not a whole lot happens here. Abbie is found wandering in the desert, injured, and is taken in by a family in the local town. This town is also targeted by thugs with super powers who basically take what they want, when they want it, because they are clearly super...
October 12, 2017
3.5 stars -- Vibrant, eye-catching artwork and good blend of peril and humor. Antagonists were kind of meh and plot had a "been there, done that" feeling for me (maybe subsequent volumes will be more original and surprising), but heroine Abbie is so, so wonderful. Every character like her enriche...