Ladies of Market Street by Emily Whitaker (Book Review #102)

Right from the start, the story throws you into a drama scene where Veronica Baldwin is locked in a basement. She is being imprisoned alongside twenty other women. These women are being used as sex slaves. She is trying to escape.

Then we go back four days earlier. Veronica has sent an invitation to ten wealthy men to attend her all-inclusive party. The men are there to donate for a good cause, and in return, these women are to show these guys a good time.These working women take care of each other and have each other’s back. As they agree on things for the next day they realize that one of their friends is missing. As they chase to get her back, she is taken away from them. Veronica promises herself to find her friend.

 

There is mystery, drama, friendship and love throughout this comic book. The graphics are very well drawn, and you can easily understand each scene and how interactive it is. The story has a sweet plot, and the casting crew is well played out. I have to admit; I found the women to be extremely ugly.

The story makes you want to know more about the characters, and the ending leaves you with wanting more. Although this comic book is short and sweet, I still felt that it contained a lot of information.

I recommend this to comic book fans and look forward to reading more from this author.

Written by Jeyran Main

This review was kindly requested by the author, Emily Whitaker

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