Tokyo : All alone in the big city
Asakusa, Tokyo , 11pm . A whole world of neon, and one lost teenager. Adam can't think how it had ever seemed like a good idea to come to Tokyo , and kind of not mention it to his parents But his sister's missing, last seen here, and with everyone at home apparently doing sweet FA about it, he didn't have much choice. With only five days to get his act together, Adam has got to sift through the seedy back-street hostess bars, dodge the local yakuza and find out where the hell Charlie is in the craziness that is Tokyo.
Out of ideas for the holidays?
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 128 x 192 x 24mm | 222.26g
- 02 Jan 2006
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- London, United Kingdom
"How it Works'How it Works gets better and better as it goes along - This book has a soul." (Guardian)
How it Works 'How it Works gets better and better as it goes along ... This book has a soul' Guardian Zoo 'A breathless thriller' Observer
About Graham Marks
Graham Marks lives in London. As well as writing novels he works for Publishing News. This is his fourth novel for Bloomsbury. How It Works won the South Lanarkshire Book Award.