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The scary things of beauty - cover

The scary things of beauty

MITUKIMIDORI

Publisher: MITUKIMIDORI

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This is a fantasy graphic book with many beautiful things which are, however, scary. It's meant to show you that beautiful things can look scary if misplaced or distorted.

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