Worm is a testament to the power of political art.
Shocking. Brilliant. Soul-shattering in its terrible beauty. In Worm, Edel Rodriguez rips open a heart-shaped window onto a hate-shaped world. I can't believe he survived it, but am deeply glad he did and was able to tell the tale. This book is so good it will likely be banned in Florida
Exhilarating, immensely powerful, gorgeous, it really does open the imagination and sweep you up
Worm has consumed me more than any memoir I've read before, and that is saying a lot. It belongs in the pantheon that Maus built
Worm is a long and brilliant read, its artwork immediate and dramatic in its reduced palette of red, green, white and black, its writing tense and touched with a great talent for telling detail... A wise and life-stuffed memoir.