The comics included "Hortisculpture," "Amber Sweet," "Go Owls," "Translated From the Japanese," "Killing and Dying," and "Intruders." My favorites were "Hortisculpture" which is about a new art form that combines sculpture and gardening, "Amber Sweet" which is about mistaken identity and "Killing and Dying" which is about parenthood.
The style of the artwork is minimalist drawings done in comic panels. Most are black and white but every few pages there is color.
I hate to give an author a poor rating on a book when I am predisposed to not liking it in the first place. I won't do that. If you are the type of graphic novel reader who likes seeing a series of different comics in one book, you will enjoy this one.