Nagasaki (Paperback)
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Nagasaki (Paperback)

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Paperback 112 Pages / Published: 05/02/2015
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Food begins to go missing. Perturbed by this threat to his orderly life, Shimura sets up a webcam to monitor his home. But though eager to identify his intruder, is Shimura really prepared for what the camera will reveal? This prize-winning novel is a heart-rending tale of alienation in the modern world.

Publisher: Gallic Books
ISBN: 9781908313652
Number of pages: 112
Weight: 128 g
Dimensions: 198 x 127 mm


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“Inspired by a true story”

This short novella is tells the tale of Shimura Kobo who begins to notice that food is going missing from his house. Because he lives on his own he finds this obviously disturbing and sets up a webcam to catch the... More

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“Nagasaki”

Nagasaki is an understated, unobtrusive little novel. It's unobtrusive tranquil nature mirrors that of it's two central characters Shimura Kobo and his uninvited house guest. Neither character is entirely... More

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