Infidel, by Pornsak Pichetshote


Summary: Aisha, an American-Muslim woman, moves into an old apartment building with her fiance, future step-daughter, and future mother-in-law. As she notices an undercurrent of xenophobia in bother her MIL and the other apartment dwellers, she also starts seeing ghosts. The “nightmares” and “hallucinations” get worse and worse, until they are impossible to ignore.

My thoughts: Brilliant. I loved the artwork. I loved the concept. This is an intelligent graphic novel for “woke” people. Highly recommended.



2 thoughts on “Infidel, by Pornsak Pichetshote

  1. Sounds like there are all sorts of interesting things going on in this graphic novel. I have only read a few graphic novels over the years. But I think it is an fascinating art form.


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