A small team takes a big job in ‘Lifted: Of Gods and Thieves’
I have been lucky to read some great graphic novels recently. Each one has taken me on a rather exciting adventure. It isn’t always clear where the next story will take me, but it is rarely a boring one. When I heard about Lifted: Of Gods and Thieves I thought it sounded pretty good. I was able to get a digital copy of this graphic novel and here is what I thought of it.
You can read the plot for Lifted Of Gods and Thieves here:
Sara Jackson is no common thief-for-hire. She uses her limited teleportation abilities to “acquire” art and artifacts for clients. With the help of her older brother Max and their tech-savvy friend Claudette, Sara must gather a trio of ancient Egyptian relics, but these three apparently easy heists turn out to have both hidden dangers and cosmic consequences.
I had a lot of fun reading this graphic novel. It began with what seemed like a simple heist that turned out to be anything but ordinary. A small team has taken on a big job that pays quite well, with no idea what it is they are actually stealing. As their job moves forward things only get tougher for all of them. This team appears to have completed their job, but it turns out it may not be finished yet. If you are looking for a fun story to read then you may want to check this one out.