Ghost Tree

Ghost Tree

A touching graphic novel about love, loss, and how the past never truly stays dead.

Seeking a refuge from an unhappy life, Brandt returns to his ancestral home in Japan to find a haunted tree and the departed souls that are drawn to it, including his Grandfather. Getting more involved with the tree's inhabitants he attempts to heal some of history's wounds but will he be able to find any measure of peace for himself when someone special from his past returns?

Title:Ghost Tree
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781684055999
Format Type:

    Ghost Tree Reviews

  • Moi  Baltazar

    "A life full of ghosts is no life at all."...

  • Amanja

    4.5 starsThis review will contain spoilers, however, since the book is only about 100 pages long I will not also be writing a separate spoiler free review. It's okay, a good story is still a good stor...

  • James DeSantis

    This was pretty enjoyable! This is a story of Brandt returning back to his home in Japan to visit family. When he was younger he promised his Grandpa he'd come to visit again once he passed away. See ...

  • Dvid Novotn

    Beautiful, melancholic and sad story that will touch your heart, with little pinch of supernatural. Art is little rough, but nice. Very pleasant short read...

  • Simon

    What an absolute force, what a pleasant surprise, what a freaking book.Lushly illustrated with green hues all over, Ghost Tree is set, for the most part, in a Japanese forest where ghosts gather to vo...

  • Alex

    Bittersweet story about the loss of love and family, with an unexpected ending that stole the show. Tbh, I expected the cheesy happily-ever-after ending and the comic earns a lot of credit for exactly...

  • 47Time

    I didn't think it could be done, but this story manages to have both a happy end and a sad one. It focuses on human relationships and feelings. It should be able to draw a tear from anyone who enjoye...

  • Vclav

    (3,8 of 5 for this nice looking supernatural comics about a completely natural topic)For a start, I like that art. Subtle and neat colours with thick ink lines work well for me. Japan setting got some...

  • Robin Bonne

    The art is lovely, especially the panels with forest and foliage. I was going to give it three stars until I got to the ending, which was so perfect to the story that I had to bump my rating up to fou...

  • Shannon

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4Current review score: 3.75...