Our Bookseller says:
“Plucky teens, Reagan-era rayguns, nostalgia, the fourth estate, weird sci-fi, childhood’s end, AND a mysterious language ripe for the decoding?! Sign me all the way up.
Paper Girls is my personal dream come true and as close to aesthetic perfection as it is creatively possible to be, totally delightful even (ok, especially) at its weirdest and most bewildering. Friendly ribbing, era-appropriate cussing, and good ol’ fashioned adolescent rebellion make the main crew fun to follow whether or not you’re a child of the 80s, and don’t worry about it anyway! There’s more than enough time travel to go around. – Terry