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The girl who leapt through time

Author: Yasutaka Tsutsui; Jem Butcher; David James Karashima; Alma Books,; CPI Cox & Wyman Ltd,
Publisher: Richmond, Surrey : Alma Books, 2011
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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One of Tsutsui's best-known and most popular works in his native Japan, The Girl Who Leapt through Time is the story of fifteen-year-old schoolgirl Kazuko, who accidentally discovers that she can leap back and forth in time. In her quest to uncover the identity of the mysterious figure that she believes to be responsible for her paranormal abilities, she'll constantly have to push the boundaries of space and time,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Young adult fiction
Fictional Work
Novels
Fiction
Fantasy fiction
Young adult works
Romans
Romans, nouvelles, etc
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yasutaka Tsutsui; Jem Butcher; David James Karashima; Alma Books,; CPI Cox & Wyman Ltd,
ISBN: 9781846881343 184688134X
OCLC Number: 727107704
Language Note: Translated from the Japanese.
Notes: "Front-cover design: Jem Butcher"--Title page verso.
Description: 170 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: The girl who leapt through time --
The stuff that nightmares are made of.
Other Titles: Stuff that nightmares are made of.
Toki o kakeru shōjo.
Responsibility: Yasutaka Tsutsui ; translated by David Karashima.

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One of Tsutsui's best-known and most popular works in his native Japan, The Girl Who Leapt through Time is the story of fifteen-year-old schoolgirl Kazuko, who accidentally discovers that she can  Read more...

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The nice thing about Tsutsui is that history and modernity combine effortlessly, as do drab reality and fantasy. -- Philip Hensher * The Daily Telegraph * Imagine a manic J.G. Ballard, but one with Read more...

 
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