A Distant Neighborhood: Volume 2

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You can go back ... but should you? Who hasn't thought about reliving their past, correcting perceived mistakes, changing crucial decisions? Would it better your life? Or would your altered actions prove more harmful? In the first volume, one man was given the chance to find out when 48 year old business man Hiroshi Nakahara was suddenly catapulted back to his life as a 14 year-old but with all his adult faculties intact! But what will reliving his past change? As he readjusts to high school life again he is ...

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Overview

You can go back ... but should you? Who hasn't thought about reliving their past, correcting perceived mistakes, changing crucial decisions? Would it better your life? Or would your altered actions prove more harmful? In the first volume, one man was given the chance to find out when 48 year old business man Hiroshi Nakahara was suddenly catapulted back to his life as a 14 year-old but with all his adult faculties intact! But what will reliving his past change? As he readjusts to high school life again he is reminded that the fateful day his father disappeared for good is rapidly approaching. Surely this time, knowing it was going to happen, he would be able to prevent it. This closing volume will show you what you can change! Master manga-ka Taniguchi at his most powerful with the art individually reversed to western style by craftsman Frédéric Boilet.Also available: A Distant Neighborhood: Volume 1:9788492444281

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788492444298
  • Publisher: Ponent Mon S.L.
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 667,462
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Jiro Taniguchi was born August 14, 1947 in Tottori, Japan. Influenced by European comic book masters - Moebius, Schuiten, Crespin - he worked together with Sekikawa and Utsumi before creating many solo albums. His work has been much lauded in his native Japan and Europe including top honors for both script and art at the Angouleme Festival in France.

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