The Book of Forks
- Publication Date: March 10, 2020
- Imprint: SelfMadeHero
- Trim Size: 6 1⁄2 x 9 1⁄2
- ISBN: 978-1-910593-73-8
- Page Count: 200
- Illustrations: Black and white illustrations throughout
- Rights: US and Canada
The much-anticipated final volume of Rob Davis’s dark and inventive trilogy
The Motherless Ovenand The Can Opener’s Daughtermay have raised more questions than they answered, but The Book of Forks explains everything.
Castro Smith finds himself imprisoned within the mysterious Power Station, writing his Book of Forks while navigating baffling daily meetings with Poly, a troubled young woman who may be his teacher, his doctor, his prison guard . . . or something else entirely. Meanwhile, back home, Vera and Scarper’s search for their missing friend takes them through the chaotic war zone of the Bear Park and into new and terrifying worlds.
With The Book of Forks, Rob Davis completes his abstract adventure trilogy by stepping inside Castro’s disintegrating mind to reveal the truth about the history of the world, the meaning of existence, and the purpose of kitchen scales.
"… a tour-de-force, illustrating the vast potential of its format." —Foreword Reviews, STARRED review
About the author
Rob Davis is the author of the British Comic Award–winning graphic novel The Motherless Ovenand its acclaimed sequel, The Can Opener’s Daughter. His graphic novel adaptation of Don Quixote was nominated for an Eisner Award and a British Comic Award.