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Waking up in Hell, she is forced to take part in a lottery, which she wins.
Unfortunately for her, since she has had enough of life, the prize is to return to
the living world and continue her life from where she had left it, with one significant
difference: this time, she will see people as ghosts—herself included.
She begins to roam, as before, but are things the same?
Through this simple story, illuminated by his familiar graphic and narrative
genius, Roman Muradov reveals the monotony, hopelessness, and absurdity
of our existence and the sadness and emptiness of the world.
A parable, at the same time gentle and penetrating, that marks the return of
one of the masters of the modern graphic novel.