Living Corpse

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DH Pub., 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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Shinkai Yosuke is haunted by a past he cannot recall...and a body that is rapidly decomposing. Washed up on the shores of Japan, he is isolated by doctors eager to find out why he has been brought back to life only to suffer again a slow and gruesome death. But Shinkai knows he has little time left. He is desperate to find out who he really was, and why he has become a living corpse.

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Contents

Section 1
50
Section 2
78
Section 3
128
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Although best known for his semi-autobiographical work "Panorama of Hell", Hino Hideshi has over 200 titles in print. Hideshi Hino was born in China in 1946 and soon after moved to Tokyo with his mother. The immediate post-war landscape and widespread destruction that struck him then reoccur throughout his work, as do the grotesquely depicted characters - many tormented by twisted spines, deformed eyes and mishapen bodies. This inimitable style has helped make him JapanŐs master of horror manga.

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