Swing, Vol. 1

Swing, Vol. 1

Spinning of from the universe of Sunstone comes a slice of life romantic story about a couple trying to regain the sexual energy from the beginning of their relationship by swinging with other couples. An emotional journey of two people fighting to s...

Title:Swing, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534305168
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    Swing, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    This was SO GREAT but it ended right as things were really starting to get good! Cannot wait for the next volume bc I have a mighty need...

  • Nina

    I loved the artwork and really enjoyed the story. This volume ended right when things were starting to get a little more interesting, so I will definitely try to read the second volume soon!instagram ...

  • Shadowdenizen

    4.5 stars. A promising start to this spiritual successor to the "Sunstone" saga!As with Sunstone, this book offers a tittilating (but not "porny") look at the dynamics of what takes to find (and maint...

  • Skye Kilaen

    Eh. After Sunstone's extraordinarily distinctive characters, this was a letdown....

  • James DeSantis

    I really love Sunstone. It's one of my favorite graphic novels. To learn more about that check out my reviews for each volume I posted as they were coming out. Why do I bring that up? Because Swing is...

  • Alex pardey

    All round: underwhelming pacing and a really dodgy plot.The art style is lovely, and Sejic has done a lovely job, but the plot as written by Hawkins and Cheung leaves a great deal to be desired. The p...

  • Phrodrick

    Swing I by Matt Hawkins, Jenni Cheung , and drawn by Linda Sejic is something between a beginner’s how to book on entering the Swinging life style and the story of a loving couple working through th...

  • Donna

    Cathy and Dan, married ten years and with two children, find that their love life is getting a little stale and decide to giving swinging a try.Like Sunstone (the graphic novel universe this spins off...

  • Katrine Austin

    This was a delightful romp in the world of "Sunstone"...I am a fan of both Linda and Stepan Sejic's artistry, will merrily delve into the next volume! ...

  • Aye Ohhh

    I finished up Sunstone today and it was great, so I decided to read Swing, which is supposed to be a spin-off series. Yeah, no. Sunstone was fucking incredible and Swing just... nope.It perpetuates so...