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1. Misery loves company. 2. Two wrongs don't make a right. 3. The truth will set you free. At some time or another in our lives, either by our parents, teachers or religious leaders, we have all heard these sayings or something similar. A young married woman in Japan learns the hard way, that there can be serious consequences for ignoring these simple rules. Hell is not a place where wrong doers might go when they die, but what their lives will become by willingly making the wrong choices. In one moment of weakness, fueled by jealousy, Aya's happy home life is destroyed forever and sets in motion events that will affect everyone in her life for decades!
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About the AuthorI was born in Denver, Colorado on September 21, 1964 and grew up in Bridgeport,Connecticut. Since childhood I have had a love of art, comic books, books and animation.I have no formal art training, I learned to draw as a boy by copying and later studying(There is a difference) the art of my favorite comic book artist and book illustrators. JohnBuscema, Mike Grell and Keith Henderson were my earliest idols. Then, in my early teensI discovered Frank Frazetta. Later, after meeting Rick Bryant at a comic book convention, Itook his advice and bought an anatomy book, as well as bodybuilding and girly magazines.Of course, at that age I already had a few of those stashed in my room anyway, but now Iwas looking at them more...Objectively. However, the people who got me interested in art to begin with were my older siblingsEdgar and Donna. They loved to draw, even my mother liked to doodle. Ironically, I'm theonly one who still draws, even for fun. It is one of my deepest regrets that I didn't get the chance to meet John Buscemabefore he died in 2002. Conan was my favorite comic book hero and Buscema was myfavorite Conan artist, especially when he both drew and inked the art himself.In the late 90's, I took an English course at the Housatonic community college and myprofessor told me I had a knack for writing. I hope this book will be the start of a real careerfor me as an artist and writer. I would like to thank everyone for buying this book, enjoy.
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Book Description AuthorHouse, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. NEW and UNREAD hardcover with Dust Jacket, from bookstore stock. Very minor shelf wear. May contain price tag.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!. Seller Inventory # 121711290003
Book Description AuthorHouse, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1434352900