Unless crying is your "thing", this is one boring book. There are several stories, none of them particularly clear or satisfying. Also, while I believe art is wholly subjective, what is inside the book is far sketchier and less inked than what is on the cover. So, if art is important to you, try to imagine the cover in black and white, lines only and those lines not as firm - that's what's on the inside.
What little "action" happens in the book almost all happens from the chest-up, so if that's what you're looking for, prepare to be disappointed as well.
Bottom line: I picked this up cheap elsewhere and I still regret the purchase.