The Professor's Daughter
A mercilessly clever book for spring.
She’s a headstrong, naive young lady. He’s a debonair (think Fred Astaire in top hat and tails), sensitive (the strains of Mozart make him teary), 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy. Together Lillian Bowell and Imhotep IV defy convention and their formidable fathers—a famed archaeologist and a long-defunct pharaoh, respectively—in The Professor’s Daughter (First Second), Emmanuel Guibert and Joann Sfar’s stylish graphic novel of love and intrigue in Victorian London. Proof that the perfect man may still be under wraps…

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