Betty Yaris is 32-years old, and in the few years she’s lived in town, she’s developed a close knit group of friends. Betty starts seeing versions of her friends -and then herself- from four years in the future. With the encouragement of her friends, Betty takes a chance and strikes up a conversation with her future self.
What energy do we develop when we connect with other people and build community? That is one of the main questions Kevin Czap seems to be investigating in Four Years. Like previous work, Kevin focuses on feelings over plot-heavy narratives to carry their story along. Poetic in its words and its visuals, Four Years leaves you with the warmth of friendship on a cold northeastern evening.
This book includes part one and part two of Four Years [which were previously self-published by Kevin, and are still available on this site] as well as a previously unpublished part three.