Richard can't stop thinking about the clock. He lies in bed each night listening to its tick-tocking, to the pendulum's heavy swing. Why does his granddad open its old doors in secret and walk into the darkness beyond? One night, too inquisitive to sleep, Richard tiptoes from his bed, opens the cherry wood doors, and steps inside . . .
"Alien landscapes and rich hues that speak of dreams and mystery, "Map of Days" bewitches." - "The Guardian Books Review", UKShortlisted for the 2013 Cartoonist Studio Prize"A stunning work of graphic fiction." - "It's Nice That""There are many more examples of creative visual storytelling that I could give, but I think the main point is that the book changes techniques from page-to-page, rarely relying on the same method. It's an incredibly engaging work, and it's one I plan to reread many times." - "Fantasy Literature"