An the Ocean Was Our Sky
An imaginative retelling of Moby Dick, but instead of sailors hunting the white whale, it's the whales hunting a legendarily dangerous sailor (or demon, perhaps). Our narrator is Bathsheba, a part of an all-female pod with a Captain who has declared that her destiny is to destroy the infamous Toby Wick. It's a destiny that may destroy them all instead and Bathsheba knows it.
The writing is great and the artwork is haunting, but something about this didn't quite click for me. I continually got confused by the flipped world (down is up; the "abyss" is the world beyond the water), which frequently took me out of the story as I puzzled out what was going on. It's a short and unusual read, so it's worth a shot, particularly for fans of Ness.