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Magnetic Press: A Glance Backward

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Magnetic Press: A Glance Backward

Eleven-year-old Joey’s world turns inside-out when he finds himself pulled inside the walls of his own home, seemingly trapped in a strange and surreal place. As he searches for a way out, he discovers a myriad of strange, intriguing, and frightening characters, who ultimately lead him to complete the greatest journey of them all: growing up.

A fantastical trip through a strange landscape that explores the changing perspective of a young boy facing adulthood. As surreal as Alice in Wonderland, with a powerful truth underneath it all. This beautifully illustrated, watercolored tale will make readers long for the simplicity of youth while embracing the wonderful complexities of adulthood: RESPONSIBILITY, LOVE, CONSEQUENCE, and ultimately the shocking, inevitable realities of LIFE and DEATH. Written by Pierre Paquet, this honest portrayal of a moment from his own life will take readers to a land of contemplation and adventure.

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A Glance Backward

Magnetic Press: A Glance Backward

Pages: 92 pages
Format: Quarterbound Hardcover with textured spine and curved corners
Size: 8.5″ x 11″
Cover Price: $19.99
ISBN: 978-1-942367-10-9
DOC: FEB151505

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