Reclusive math genius Jason Shiga vanished from world attention on the verge of his most amazing breakthrough in June 1967. Twenty years later, he resurfaced, having abandoned his scientific background for, of all things, comic books. Shiga has managed to create the most thoughtful, beautiful comics since 1997, including the fish-out-of-water story "Double Happiness," and the critically praised "Meanwhile." This newest book is a complex and subtle story about a young man trapped in a phone booth.
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