Distant Worlds 3

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By LEO
Illustrated by Icar

257 x 184 mm. 48pp ~Suitable for: 15+ years.
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Little by little, life on Altair is making a man of Paul ...

Abandoned amidst a hostile wilderness, Paul has been rescued by a biologist, Mr Amid. The scientist is studying the pearls that are Altair’s true wealth – and more particularly the plants that produce them and that appear to be dying off. Amid offers to take on Paul as his assistant, but the young man is still looking for his father. As he follows the trail, Paul becomes tougher and more inured to life on his new planet – and to human nature.

Key Points:
  • Published in English for the first time
  • The fertile, interplanetary imagination of the creator of Aldebaran
  • A traditional coming-of-age quest packed with adventure, action and emotion
  • A story that also asks important questions on otherness, as well as humanity's place in nature

Brazilian artist Leo is best known for his science-fiction, multi-series saga The Worlds of Aldebaran. He also created Canadian Mountie Trent as well as Kenya and its second season Namibia, all three with Rodolphe. Icar (Franck Picard), a deaf artist and colourist, studied architecture, bande-dessinée, and art at the Beaux-Arts school in Paris, before being ‘discovered’ at the 1990 Angoulême festival by Patrick Giordano, with whom he would go on to publish his first comic, Jeepster.

(9781849183796)

SKU 9781849183796
Barcode # 9781849183796
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