Award-winning graphic novelist Eddie Campbell presents a delightful autobiographical voyage into the financial wilderness. With his trademark blend of research, anecdote, autobiography, and fantasy, Campbell explores how money underwrites human relationships -- from the imaginary wealth of Ponzi schemes and television pilots, to the stone currency of the Micronesian island of Yap.
Campbell is one graphic novelist who has the potential...to reach beyond the typical audience and into the wider world of essayists traditionally inhabited by the likes of Bill Bryson or Christopher Hitchens. Publisher's Weekly
A seriously playful look at a subject of universal concern: money... Campbell’s efforts go beyond the standard autobiography or journalism... [he] is every bit the master of his medium. Booklist