by Written and illustrated by Jag Lall - £11.99 Discovered Authors (2009)
paperback ISBN 13: 9781905108787 | ISBN 10: 1905108788
Based upon the fears of society comes a hard hitting story of how ignorance and perceptions can destroy lives in a world which desperately yearns for peace.
Officially supported by the United Nations Association of Canada.
"I think every young person could benefit from your story."
(Steve Beikirch, Stop The Hate)
"I like to think that people accept me for who I am and what I do, not what I look like - but lets face facts; the world doesn't work like that. Jag Lall has created a very special piece of work that I don't know quite how to describe - this is far more than just a mere comic book. Affected by the events of last year in London, Jag has created a very personal look at how people's perceptions of others can destroy life and how if you take a moment to listen or talk, things can look very different. It's the old saying "Never judge a book by it's cover", and that applies here too. "
(The late James Redington, editor of Portent Comics. 2006)
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In booklists: Peace and War in Art and Photography, Anti-Racism, Black, Asian and Middle East Art and Artists, September 11, 2001 July 7th, 2005 and the 'War on Terror', Graphic Novels and Cartoons - Fiction, Graphic Novels and Cartoons - Non-Fiction, In categories: Peace & Human Rights, Arts & Creativity, Anti-Racism, Black, Asian & Other Diasporas, World - North America, Fiction,