The Suspense Continues in Girl Over Paris #3! (Review)

GIRL OVER PARIS #3
by Gwenda Bond and Kate Leth, with art by Ming Doyle
Published: September 7th 2016
Publisher: Jet City Comics
Source: Amazon
Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

Jules Maroni’s trip to the Parisian circus exhibition has hit a major snag: her boyfriend, trapeze artist Remy, has gone missing, and a mysterious Harlequin figure seems to hold the key to his whereabouts. Wire-walking Jules handles heights with aplomb—but her rescue miss


My Thoughts

Jules is barely keeping it together while trying to balance her responsibility to her Valentines and her responsibility as the girlfriend of missing Remy Garcia. A quick call home only serves to heighten her fear...Can she save Remy without giving up too much of herself? Who is this masked apparition who appears when bad things happen? 

As always, Gwenda's Cirque American series brings the supernatural elements of the circus to life, an element perfectly captured in Kate Leth's storytelling and Ming Doyle's art. I really love how the supernatural elements are displayed compared to the characters in the regular world. 


Isn't the cover positively creepy? It's completely telling of the story inside. We are 3/4 of the way through with this series and I'm not ready to be done with these characters! 

Because the aesthetic is just so gorgeous for these stories, we've put together a quick look that matches the creepy elements that make up this Cirque American story. 

How about those shoes, yeah?
The Cirque American world is easily one of our favorite places to be this year so don't miss miss out on the whole story, including Girl on a Wire, Girl in the Shadows, and Girl Over Paris #1 and #2

2 comments:

  1. I love how you paired this review with an outfit! (those shoes are to die for!) This was so much fun to read! The first time I've heard of this series, admittedly, but it sounds really good!
    Emily @ www.rabbitholereviews.com

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    1. Every day cosplay is my JAM. I love creating outfits from covers or concepts. I love love love the Girl on a Wire series...Definitely one of my favorite reads this year

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