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Book Review: Dinosaur Therapy

This book of single-page comics about introspective dinosaurs is, apparently, a bit of a cultural hit right now. I was unaware of this when purchasing it; I was simply reacting to its minimalist writing, design, and cute artwork.

gordon meyer holding book

The book is quite fun, and there’s a lot to admire about how the writer, James Stewart, and the illustrator, K. Roméy, put it all together. The topics might exhibit a bit too much navel-gazing and angst for some, but the charm and cleverness outweigh that monotony. (Yes, I know that dinosaurs don’t have belly buttons. But having lived in California for a decade, I know overly wrought self-indulgence when I see it.)

If it hasn’t already happened, I’m confident that there will soon be a “page a day” calendar edition of this comic, as it’s perfect for that sort of Far Side treatment and sharing.

You can literally find this book everywhere because it’s a Sunday Times bestseller. I discovered it at Barnes & Noble, but you’ll find it at the Amazon too.


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