This is Amiko, Do You Copy? (Paperback)
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This is Amiko, Do You Copy? (Paperback)

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Paperback 128 Pages
Published: 26/10/2023
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A moving novella about a misunderstood young girl, from the author of The Woman in the Purple Skirt - part of Pushkin's second Japanese Novella series

Meet young Amiko. She's one of a kind-full of life and good intentions, but with no filter or boundaries. She happily inhabits a world of her own making, oblivious to offences given or taken. But when it comes to expressions of love, where conflicting signals are hard to grasp and a heart is easily broken, there can be unintended consequences.

An aching, tender depiction of belonging and loss, This is Amiko, Do You Copy? is a portrait of childhood through the eyes of an irrepressible young girl.

Publisher: Pushkin Press
ISBN: 9781782279792
Number of pages: 128
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm


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Imamura definitely has a rare talent for depicting people who are a little out of the ordinary - Yoko Ogawa, author of 'The Memory Police'

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“A curious conundrum of a novella”

This is a curious novella as it’s quite hard to categorise.
Amiko lives with her parents and brother and observes the world around her in a peculiarly unique way. The story follows Amiko before and after her mother’s... More

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