I love the movie V for Vendetta. Maybe if I'd read this before I watched the movie I would've enjoyed it more. As it is, the authors lost me when the graphic novel version of Evey was:1. blonde2. sixteen years old3. trying out prostitution, and worst of all,4. extremely weepy and fragile.In the movie it seemed that V helped Evey find her own inner strength in order for her to become unstoppable by those who wanted to crush her. In the book, I felt like V sadistically crushed all spirit out of Evey himself in order to make her a brain-washed pawn in his game of revenge.