Henni - Miss Lasko-Gross

Depicts the process of breaking away from a fundamentalist upbringing with all the subtlety of a crayon drawing.  The characters, even Henni, are one-dimensional, the plot is a string of atrocities and absurdities committed by ee-vile fundamentalists, and it's all laid out in some of the worst, most baldly obvious dialogue I've ever read.  I give it an extra half star beyond one because the art is competent, though uninspired.