The Obscure Cities: The Theory of the Grain of Sand


 

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Description

The second book of The Obscure Cities series, following The Leaning Girl.

From the publisher:

Gholam Mortiza Khan comes to Brüsel to sell some jewelry, but before the sale can be closed, Khan dies in an accident. Thus begin events sparking an investigation by Mary von Rathen: accumulation of sand in the apartment of Kristin Antipova; accumulation of stones in the house of Constant Abeels, and Maurice who is loosing weight by the day. The events have a catastrophic effect on Brüsel and time is of the essence.

Newly translated into English by Ivanka Hahnenberger and Steve Smith (translator of The Leaning Girl and The Beauty) and edited by Smith and Karen Copeland at Alaxis Press for publication by IDW.

Features

Francois Schuiten
Benoit Peeters

Condition & Attributes

Fine

Creators

Francois
Schuiten
Benoit
Peeters

Publishing Information

San Diego
IDW Publishing
2016
1st American
78-1-63140-489-4

Physical Description

11.5 inches
9.25 inches
128 pages
black & white
Softcover
French wraps
English