Yoko Tsuno Prey and the Ghost by Roger Leloup
  

Synopsis

Yoko Tsuno Prey and the Ghost by Roger Leloup

While driving on a road in Scotland, Yoko barely manages to miss a girl who is absolutely hysterical and being followed by a pack of dogs...The girl, Cecilia, is an orphan who lives in a genuine Scottish castle. Yoko and her friends soon realize that oddities surround the girl. A mysterious castle, ghosts...A whiff of the supernatural floats around the young Scotswoman...or will she be the victim of an odious conspiracy?

About the Author

Born on 17 November, 1933 in Verviers, Belgium, it was while working for Herge that Roger Leloup started in the graphic novel world. During his 15 years at the Herge studios, he was involved notably in the drawing of Alix and Tintin adventures. In December 1969, Leloup left the Studios Herge to work fulltime on his own series, Yoko Tsuno, which focuses on technology and science fiction. Leloup is a pure perfectionist student of the Herge School, as gifted in writing as in drawing, and he creates real jewels with his graphic novels. In 1990, he received the Science-Fiction Award in the Youth category for his first novel, Le Pic des Tenebres (The Peak of Darkness).

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Roger Leloup
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

11th July 2008

ISBN

9781905460564


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