Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca have weaved an impressive tale about a gal named Kate Kristopher whose adventures with her father (and the bond they shared) have shaped the woman she is today. Though we only get brief glimpses at her childhood, each scene carries an emotional weight that isn’t shoehorned into place. You care about them both individually but you also immediately sense the love between them, even if they happen to be at odds with each other at the time.

Review of Shutter #1, by fredscribbles.

Joe Keatinge and Leila del Duca have weaved an impressive tale about a gal named Kate Kristopher whose adventures with her father (and the bond they shared) have shaped the woman she is today. Though we only get brief glimpses at her childhood, each scene carries an emotional weight that isn’t shoehorned into place. You care about them both individually but you also immediately sense the love between them, even if they happen to be at odds with each other at the time.

Review of Shutter #1, by fredscribbles.

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