Sasha, a teenage human lie-detector, works for the FBI with her handler and guardian Chelsea. For five seconds after she speaks, people “Goose,” saying whatever is on their mind, but only if they choose to speak. When it seems like Chelsea has betrayed her (like all the others), Sasha takes an assignment in Brussels, Belgium to work with Porter Jenning, CIA, on a graffiti artist case. Her job is to befriend local graffiti artists and get them to work on the CIA’s targets. Little does Porter know that his angry, vegan daughter, Viviane, is already involved with a group of graffiti artists. Pretty soon Sasha’s helping Vivi, Sebastien, and Smasher cover Brussels in pigs.
I liked the combination of the graphics and words telling the story: seeing Sasha’s past in comic strips and the words telling the present. I think that the most interesting thing was the changes in relationships Sasha had with people. Because of her talent of being a human lie-detector, people had always avoided her. Now she has to decide what is most important: the next case, or friendship and loyalty?
|Page Count||166 pages|
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