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New Graphic Novel, WILLIAM AND THE LOST SPIRIT Blends Fantasy and Reality into a Coming-of-Age Story

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New Graphic Novel, WILLIAM AND THE LOST SPIRIT Blends Fantasy and Reality into a Coming-of-Age Story

William knows his father is dead. Everyone knows it... everyone except William's sister, who hears him calling to her. Despite William's warnings, she disappears in the night to find their father. In William and the Lost Spirit-written by Gwen de Bonneval, illustrated by Matthieu Bonhomme, and published by Graphic Universe, a division of Lerner Publishing Group-William makes the difficult decision to leave his mother behind and embark on a frightening mission to save his sister.

During his daring rescue, William travels through dangerous forests swarming with bandits. But human foes are the least of his problems. His quest will take him into far-off lands-where monsters are real, the dead can speak, and lies become truths.

Lush, detailed artwork brings William's journey to life in this coming-of-age story that blends fantasy with reality. With an enchanted goat as his guide, William follows a strange path that may lead to his sister... and perhaps his father as well.

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