Bad Machinery, Vol. 9: The Case of the Missing Piece

Bad Machinery, Vol. 9: The Case of the Missing Piece

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Description

Bad Machinery is
back with all-new drama for these British teens in the ninth volume of the
award-winning series from the creator of Giant Days, John
Allison.

Shauna Wickle knows what
she wants: top grades for a university scholarship, excellent friends for
solving mysteries, and a lifetime subscription to Architectural Digest. But when
her older brother returns from several years spent in prison, her carefully
constructed life begins crumbling around her ears. With her friends, classes,
and family quickly slipping out of her control, Shauna will be faced with the
mystery of how to protect what she loves without also losing herself. The Case
of the Missing Piece, the ninth book in John Allison's award-winning Bad
Machinery series, finds our mystery crew caught in the merciless claws of
adolescence. Can you heal someone with friendship? Does a crush truly have to
physically crush you? And can you grow up without also growing
away?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 150 x 226 x 10mm | 281g
  • Portland, United States
  • English
  • 162010668X
  • 9781620106686
  • 790,007

About John Allison

Born in a hidden village deep within the British Alps, John Allison came into this world a respectable baby with style and taste. Having been exposed to American comics at an early age, he spent decades honing his keen mind and his massive body in order to burn out this colonial cultural infection. One of the longest continuously publishing independent web-based cartoonists, John has plied his trade since the late nineties moving from Bobbins to Scary Go Round to Bad Machinery, developing the deeply weird world of Tackleford long after many of his fellow artists were ground into dust and bones by Time Itself. He has only once shed a single tear, but you only meet Sergio Aragonés for the first time once. John resides in Letchworth Garden City, England, and is known to his fellow villagers only as He Who Has Conquered.
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