Boundless by Jillian Tamaki. 248 pages
This collection of short stories takes a blend of realism and humor and mixes it with distinctive art to create an interesting exploration of the lives of different women. One woman, post-breakup, becomes obsessed with the mirror Facebook of herself, imagining a life that she could live. In another story, a woman finds she is steadily shrinking in size, the world around her at first being scary and then receding.
I enjoyed some stories more than others, but that's typical for me when I'm reading short stories. I appreciated how the art in this book gave the stories an emotional feel -- words without the art would fall completely flat, I think. Not my favorite graphic novel, but an interesting read. I'd suggest this for readers who enjoy Adrian Tomine's work.