Nao of Brown, The
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Price
£16.99

Format
Hardcover

Publishing Date
17/09/2012

Pages
208 pages

Height
260mm

Width
190mm

Illustrations
208 Colour illustrations

Rights
UK, Ireland, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Central & South America, Caribbean

ISBN
9781906838423

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Nao of Brown, The


Nao Brown is not well. A 28 year-old half-Japanese, half-English girl tormented by her OCD and struggling to get her design and illustration career off the ground, she embarks on a spiritual journey to calm her mind, meeting Gregory, a washing machine repairman, along the way. A life-affirming story about the power of love and the importance of spirituality.

About the Author(s)
Glyn Dillon and Glyn Dillon

Glyn Dillon was born in 1971, the youngest of a family where both the father and the first born son were working artists. Glyn has had a wide–ranging career, mainly working as a storyboard artist and concept designer for both film and television. He has also worked on and off in comics (including early work for Deadline, Vertigo – Shade the Changing Man and an episode of Sandman, illustration, toy design and animation, as well as a short period of directing music promos (including a video for the Gorillaz’ live show).

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