A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge [Josh Neufeld] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Now in paperback, The New York Times best- selling. “Josh Neufeld is a master storyteller. A.D. is intimate and yet seismic in its scope. His art takes us to the depth of the humanity of those we. Because, reading A.D: New Orleans after the Deluge on the Internet with interactive multimedia web links gave an experience that was not like.

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The author, however, is true to his format. But we, the people and the nation, can not give in to hopelessness. As Americans, we will have to do it for the selfish reason that the longer the negative effects of this disaster linger, the longer it will weaken our national economy. Dec 05, Dionisia rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Salon August 31, The story of his parents is more interesting than his own actually.

Aug 09, Pages. Rats swimming through the water when some of the people you care about are also in the water–ewww–gives me the creeps!

A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge

The Hurricane Katrina comic book: Watching Katrina roar through New Orleans and the gulf coast and its aftermath brings back the shock, horror, and disbelief we all felt on the morning of September 11, In an experimental shift perhaps only The Doctor explaining the aftermath to Neufeld. Josh Neufeld is a comics journalist known for his graphic narratives of political and social upheaval, told through the voices of witnesses.

They say the Lord helps those who help themselves. Using himself as a tool, Neufeld effectively moves the story towards its finish, all the while reminding his audience that the characters were in a sense not characters at all, but real people living under real circumstances. I guarantee you will hungrily devour this beautiful, heartbreaking project. Sometimes it seems weird that I’d want to read something like this, it’s not like we’ll forget, but it’s still comforting when you’re done reading and you realize everything you still have.


Did you ever know anyone that constantly complained about everything and always had a scowl on her face?

I was much more impressed with the stories of Abbas, the man who stayed behind to watch his store; Leo and Michelle, a comic book collector and his partner; and Denise, the woman who winds up with her family in the Convention Center. The illustrations are done in a single color at a time, and the colors alternate every few pages. He published their stories in a serialized online graphic novel called A.

The book does raise many questions that it does not seek to answer, maybe there are no answers. Similarly, when the hurricane has passed and Denise is trapped at the Convention Center with the thousands of other evacuees, I use blood red and a sickly yellow-green to evoke the high-pitched tension and oppressive heat of those moments.

Of course, the characters are simply there to illustrate the tragedy of Katrina: Do you want to know what I think about this book?

Even though this was an abrupt change of voice in the book, I felt it was really important to tell this part of the story and to let the characters speak for themselves. I think a big part of me was swept away in that hurricane. Want to A.d.new saving….


Thanks for telling us about aftr problem. At that point I began to worry that I really might not be taking things seriously enough. Though its author “isn’t from New Orleans, he got every non-fictional detail of the days immediately following the levee failures after Hurricane Katrina right, even down to the types of people who live in the section of N.

Aug 21, Julie Knutson rated it it was amazing. That, combined with the different reading experience between online and print, in my mind makes the A.

A.D.: New Orleans After the Flood |

Victims of Katrina will need an unprecedented amount of public resolve and support—financial, logistical, emotional, and so many other ways we have not yet envisioned. But all in all this is a solid, good, important book. And my high school was closed for the year for repairs. New Orleans After the Deluge is a masterful portrait of a city under siege. No matter how much they think they are prepared, they never are.

View all 7 comments. Afte this code to put a banner on your site. The only break from my day-by-day coloring system is when the storm actually hits which took place over parts of two days.

The epilogue concludes with a jump of another year ahead delhge time, to earlyand a final check-in with the Doctor, Leo, and Denise. The first three sections of A. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.