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Itō, Junji

"A woman walks alone at the foot of Mount Sengoku. A man appears, saying he's been waiting for her, and invites her to a nearby village. Surprisingly, the village is covered in hairlike volcanic glass fibers, and all of it shines a bright gold. At night, when the villagers perform their custom of gazing up at the starry sky, countless unidentified flying objects come raining down on them--the opening act for the terror about to occur!'"--Amazon.

Rated: T+, for older teen and is recommended for ages 16 and up. This volume contains graphic violence and horror themes.|||adolescent

story & art by Junji Ito ; translation & adaptation, Jocelyne Allen ; touch-up art & lettering, Eric Erbes.

"Originally published in Japan in 2019 by Asahi Shimbun Publications, Inc., Tokyo."--Colophon.

Reads from right to left.

Translated from the Japanese.

Target Readership: