Semenars is a graphic book with 50 strip comic strips about life. The book is illustrated with pencil drawings and begins with several sperms talking to each other about their journey to reach the egg. The back and forth between the sperms are filled with humor and comical wording.
With pictures, the author demonstrates the sense of competition, self-doubt, and wonder one could face when trying to achieve a goal that almost everyone else wants. The literature and narrative do not have a particular flow and present themselves with random lines dropped.
I would have preferred a different layout for the book cover. However, it did reflect the content inside, and for that reason, I could understand why. If you are into graphic books and enjoy single-line narratives, you would find this book a delight to read. I look forward to reading more from this author.