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Barakamon 20: Mina to Gona (Whelks and Hermit Crabs)

By Satsuki, Yoshino

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Title: Barakamon 20: Mina to Gona (Whelks and Hermit Crabs)  
Author: Satsuki, Yoshino
Volume: No. 20
Language: English
Subject: Comedy, Shounen, Slice of Life
Collections: Graphic Novel Collections
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Description: On a quest to discover why a famous curator critiqued his calligraphy as rigid and bland, handsome, arrogant, self-centred Handa Seishu forced to continue his work while living on a remote island. A city boy to the core, Handa is surprised (and annoyed) by his wacky new neighbors and their odd habits - people traveling around on tractors as if they were cars, unwanted visitors who never use the front door, annoying kids using his home as a base ... the list of grievances grows by the minute. Can a city guy really adapt to an easy-going island life? Find out in this silly comedy full of innocence and laughter!


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