Now she lives on the fringes of society, a data-courier and black-market specialist. There are no others like her anymore. Just the ghosts and memories, which end up as more than faintly remembered artifacts when they are the remnants of people who consumed information, even if their bodies have rotted away and forgotten them.
This graphic novel is dark, haunting, mournful, and gorgeous. The artwork is evocative and layered, perfectly matching the story.
Corinne herself is deadly, depressive, and determined. Her reality is warped by the changes in her physiology, the trauma of her past, her past actions, and by the intervention of technology around her. The art style is a perfect compliment to the story, both for the gritty setting and for the emotional state of Corinne. Highly enjoyed this read.