Giant Days, Vol. 4

Giant Days, Vol. 4

It's springtime at Sheffield University — the flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, and fast-pals Susan, Esther and Daisy continue to survive their freshman year of college. Susan is barely dealing with her recent breakup with McGraw, Esther is considering dropping out of school, and Daisy is trying to keep everyone and everything from falling apart! Combined with house-hunting, indie film festivals, and online dating, can the girls make it to second year? 

The Eisner Award-nominated series from John Allison (Bad Machinery, Scary Go Round) with artist Max Sarin delivers another delightful slice-of-life adventure in Giant Days Volume 4. Collects issues 13-16.

Title:Giant Days, Vol. 4
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781608869381
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    Giant Days, Vol. 4 Reviews

  • karen

    okay, now THIS is where it’s at!i was pretty disappointed with volume 3 - all dumb scattered subplots with significantly less humor and charm than i’d come to expect. but this one is completely...

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    Hello excuse me I have become obsessed with this series...

  • Nat

    It's springtime at Sheffield University—the flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, and fast-pals Susan, Esther and Daisy continue to survive their freshman year of college. Susan is barely dea...

  • Sam Quixote

    After being persuaded to give university a second chance, Esther triumphantly returns to Sheffield with Susan and Daisy for the tubthumpin’ second year. And then they realise they got nowheres to li...

  • destiny ??? [howling libraries]

    Vol 1: ★★★★☆Vol. 2: ★★★★★Vol. 3: ★★★★★Vol. 4: ★★★★★Vol. 5: ★★★★★Vol. 6: ★★★★★Vol. 7: ★★★★★Vol. 8: ★★★★★Vol. 9: ★★★...

  • Calista

    A whole lot happens in this volume. This series is so much fun and like college, it is exploring everything to figure out who it is. The girls go to Esther's house and convince her to stay in school. ...

  • Dannii Elle

    I'm such a fan of this university-themed graphic novel series. The three amigos it centres around are such unique characters and their endless drama-filled antics make for hilarious and endlessly enga...

  • Bee

    The house-hunt was too relatable: *it's Easter* Daisy: I TOLD YOU WE SHOULD HAVE GOT SOMETHING BY CHRISTMAS.I just love this series so much, if you about to attend uni, are currently at uni, or want n...

  • Dave Schaafsma

    More Lumberjanes for adults! This is a volume I really liked a lot. I feel I'm very much in the groove of it now. We are still in year one, first year uni for Susan, Esther, and Daisy. It’s spring t...

  • Jenny (Reading Envy)

    Most of this volume seems to be the roommates looking for a new place to live, which seems strange to do in the middle of their first year at college... maybe things are different in the UK! Also deal...