V For Vendetta By: Alan Moore ; Reviewed by: Bailey Bara

V For Vendetta

Personal Summary: V For Vendetta is a graphic novel that is set in a future dystopian society in England. The government is very authoritarian whose High Chancellor is Adam Sutler who will torture and in probability kill anyone who resists the government or are undesirable. Everyone fears the government, everyone but a man, a man by the name of V. V For Vendetta is a about revenge, a rebellion, love, and chaos. The main characters Evey and V never knew each other existed, but one night, a very auspicious night, V and Evey finally meet. And after that, their lives were never the same. V had to chose between love and revenge and Evey has to overcome the adversities in her life. This novel discusses the importance of good v.s. evil and wrong v.s. right.

V For Vendetta Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_13fFIrhPk

Author's (Alan Moore's) website: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Moore

Top Left: The Gunpowder Treason; bombing of Parliament Top Right: Love/romance Bottom Left: The government unmasked. Bottom right: England's authoritarian high chancellor and army.

Personal Review

I would recommend this novel to someone who is interested in history, action, revenge, or rebellion stories. This novel is best suited for a 14+ audience. I believe they would enjoy the book because it will show them that there are good people in the world and, there are also bad people in the world. Young adults would enjoy the book because it discusses a dystopian government which we can relate to our government today. I believe that Alan Moore is great at intertwining words in order to tell a story within a single sentence. Alan Moore uses a lot of old English in V For Vendetta. At the end of each chapter, Alan Moore always leaves a cliffhanger leaving you wanting more. Alan Moore can make you feel as if you are actually in the story. He can retell the history of The Gunpowder Treason with no effort. I loved this novel so much that I finished it in one day. At the end, I felt like reading it again and again. This novel is astounding and I'd recommend it to everyone.


"Utterly Spectacular"

"Truly Unique"

"A work of a monumental genius"

"Brilliant writing and amazing performances."

"Exceeds expectations"

"There's no such thing as quitting. Just sometimes there's a longer pause between relapses."

-Alan Moore


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