When David Lost His Voice
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Price
£16.99

Format
Hardcover

Publishing Date
26/04/2012

Pages
280 pages

Height
240mm

Width
170mm

Illustrations
Full colour illustrations throughout

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

ISBN
9781906838546

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When David Lost His Voice


The doctor's verdict is final: David has cancer. There is still a possibility of remission, but it is very small. And if the tumour kills him, David won't have a chance to see his baby granddaughter Louise grow up. We see his wife become progressively consumed by the looming shadow of death, in Vanistendael's sensitive portrayal of a family battling cancer.

About the Author(s)
Judith Vanistendael, Judith Vanistendael and Nora Mahony

Judith Vanistendael holds several art degrees. Her semi-autobiographical book, Dance by the Light of the Moon, was also published by SelfMadeHero and was nominated for two awards at Angouleme, including the grand prize. She lives in Brussels, Belgium.

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