Kingdom (Hardback)
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Kingdom (Hardback)

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Hardback 112 Pages / Published: 01/10/2018
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A journey through the inbetween places of the British landscape to the bleak coast, Kingdom follows a family on their holiday to a small caravan park, where teenager Andrew explores the dunes, and half-remembered stories from the past are shared. Once again, Jon McNaught creates a beautiful graphic novel that makes the ordinary, extraordinary.

Publisher: Nobrow Ltd
ISBN: 9781910620243
Number of pages: 112
Dimensions: 205 x 270 mm

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“A holiday that was not quite as good as I hoped.”

I was sent this book in exchange for an honest review.

Being a Nobrow book this looks fantastic, like all their publications the artwork is beautiful, you could cut out any page, frame it and have a wonderful... More

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“A beautiful and subtly revealing reading experience that sensitively portrays space, place and family dynamics.”

There is something about the caravan holiday experience. You set off full of promise, with involuntary pipe-dreams of making new friends, romantic connections and wild adventures. Ultimately though there seems to be... More

Hardback edition
2 similar books recommended
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“Melancholic observation”

A book that perfectly captures a moment in time. The artwork is striking and nostalgic, as other reviewers have said, you could frame any page. A beautiful translation of boredom, family dynamics, and the under... More

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