Elle(s) by Kid Toussaint, Aveline Stokart (Illustrator)


Elle is just another teenage girl… most of the time. Bubbly and good-natured, she wastes no time making friends on her first day at her new school. But Elle has a secret: she hasn’t come alone. She’s brought with her a colorful mix of personalities, which come out when she least expects it… Who is Elle, really? And will her new friends stand by her when they find out the truth? 



First of all this is one of the most beautifully made graphic novel I have ever read. The art was very colorful and it made reading more enjoyable.

Basically Elle was a new student in her school. She was very bubbly and friendly so it wasn’t a shock for people to like her and everything was going well. She had friends, she was excelling in school and she was finally fitting in until everything went down.

Honestly going in to this I didn’t think it will delve into mental illness that much, but for a 100 page novel it did capture my attention and made me realize how serious mental health is. I can’t even imagine how hard it was for Elle to cope with all the stress and having to be aware of the different personalities you have in yourself but can’t do anything about it.

Besides Elle I really liked the character of Maelys. Everyone needs a friend like her. Someone who won’t give up on you cause of your mood swings and will always have your back no matter what.

It did end to fast and I feel like more should be said but it is a first in a series and I can’t wait to read the next books.

Thank you to @netgalley and @EuropeComics for this ARC Ebook. All reviews and opinions are fair, honest and my own.


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