Nick Drnaso's Sabrina is the best book - in any medium - I have read about our current moment. It is a masterpiece, beautifully written and drawn, possessing all the political power of a polemic and yet simultaneously all the delicacy of truly great art. It scared me. I loved it.
Oblique, subtle [and] minimal, [capturing] the changing shape of fiction
Man Booker Prize judges
The graphic novel being hailed as a masterpiece for our times
From the Same Author
From the Booker-nominated author of Sabrina: an immersive and moving new graphic novel about alienation and connection, performance and fantasy
The highly anticipated third graphic novel from the Booker- and Orwell Prize-nominated author of Sabrina follows ten strangers who meet at a free acting class led by a mysterious teacher. The lessons are strange and elliptical, and resonate in unexpected ways with what each participant is experiencing in their daily lives. With each session, their bond to one another grows deeper as the outside world seems to fall away.