“Fear can be a funny thing; it doesn’t always shine a flattering light. It can make us forget that others are scared too.”
The author tells a short and lovely story about the pandemic, isolation, hope, the value of community, nature, and so many other things for such a short book. It is told through the experience of his grandpa (and his grandpa’s doggy). It made me think of my own grandmother and how (a) we are not meant to be alone and (b) how loneliness is especially devastating for older people.
Really loved his drawing/art style as well. Lovely stuff 💗