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The Nao of Brown (Hardback)
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Nao Brown is 'Hafu': half Japanese, half English. She suffers with OCD, but not the hand-washing, overly tidy type that people joke about. Nao suffers from violent morbid obsessions and a racing, unruly mind. She works part time in a 'designer' vinyl toy shop, whilst struggling to get her own design and illustration career off the ground. She's looking for love - the perfect love. But in meeting the man of her dreams, she realises that - dreams can be quite weird. Nao meditates in an attempt to quieten her mind and open her heart and it's through this that she comes to realise that things aren't so black and white after all. In fact, they're much more...brown.

Children'sFiction & true storiesComics or graphic novelsFiction & PoetryGraphic Novels Publisher: SelfMadeHero Publication Date: 01/10/2012 ISBN-13: 9781906838423  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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