I'll show you how to critique a feelustrated novel, or write one.
Feelustration is a subtle art, but the concept is brutally simple: Pictures in a novel should not depict the story.
That's right. Pictures in a novel should not depict events in the text.
Here's an example, a simple bit of dialog. An illustration of this scene (a girl talking to her father) would be boring. So the scene is not illustrated; it's feelustrated.
A story has a body (the events) and a soul (their meaning.) Illustration depicts the body. Feelustration depicts the soul.
A feelustrated novel is not a graphic novel. In a graphic novel, the words explain the story's soul while the pictures show its body. In a feelustrated novel, the pictures explain the soul by showing it in a different body.
For example, imagine a scene of dramatic betrayal, a drug dealer calling the police to snitch on his partner. An illustration of this scene, a man holding a phone, would be boring. Instead, the scene should include a feelustration of a man holding a knife.
Feelustration is new. It's fresh, it's young, and it's begging for it.