Everything Is Teeth by Evie Wyld (My Rating: 3/5) This is a graphic novel (no surprise there, as I’ve been reading a ton of them lately) that serves as a memoir for part of Wyld’s childhood. She has an obsession with sharks that is born of a fearful respect for them. There are tidbits about her brother having some difficulties, about her relationship with her father, and so on. But it’s all so amorphous and flimsy with the focus being laser-sighted on sharks that it doesn’t come together like I’d hoped. I wanted the shark metaphor to feel stronger. It’s there, but it doesn’t make the story rise to the greatness I wanted of it. More it makes it stagnate. I can appreciate that the style was meant to be poetic, but it didn’t really work for me overall.