Created by Federico Bertolucci and Frederic Brremaud, the series Love aims to tell emotional tales with no dialogue or narration. Instead, they aim to convey the story and its raw emotional power through some carefully crafted artwork and a very simple (yet highly relatable) idea.
Each of the stories are standalone and do not require the reader to have read the previous book in the series Der Tiger. This one, (for those who don’t speak German) is entitled The Fox and follows the journey of a fox during an extreme environmental event. To explain any more would take away some of the power that the story has, so I will leave it there in terms of description. What I will say is that the book progresses at a fast rate and is constantly gripping. It may not be the longest of books, but I’d argue that it is of perfect length. Any longer and the story would have dragged a little. Any shorter and the stories development would have been sacrificed.