The Hindu Kush Mountains

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Humanoids Inc, Aug 22, 2014 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 58 pages
A contemporary "Heart of Darkness" recounting one woman's globe-spanning adventures in search of a long-lost brother. After the death of her father, Red Cross nurse Vera Michailov discovers a stunning family secret: she was a conjoined twin and has a brother she was separated from at birth. Left behind when the family escaped Eastern Europe for France, he grew up to become the modern-day pirate known only as "El Niño." Determined to find him, regardless of the cost, Vera sets out on a global quest for acceptance and salvation.
 

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Christian Perrissin attended the Fine Arts Annecy and BD Workshop of Applied Arts Duperré in Paris, but eventually decided to move towards writing. Between 1987 and 1990 he trained with renowned French filmmaker and essayist Yves Lavandier. Perrissin then spent several years writing for television before focusing his attention to the graphic novel medium, where he has since become a prolific and award-winning author (including “El Niño” at Humanoids).

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