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Something at the Window is Scratching

by Roman Dirge

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With the tagline 'Children's tales for disturbed children', Roman Dirge's little book is by turns horrific, clever and creepy. The short poems have rhymes that are, shall we say, inventive, and all are accompanied by gorgeously macabre illustrations. There are a few spelling mistakes, but I can forgive that :-) Great to leave on a coffee table, where it will either induce a 'what the hell is this?' or frequent giggles. ( )
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A collection of short poems all telling macabre and twisted tales for children of all ages. From serious sinister one page poems like, 'Critter Pie' and 'Pear Head Man and Bread Boy' to longer stories such as 'The Sideways Man' and the title story, 'Something at My Window is Scratching'. This is Roman Dirge at his most macabre best, short stories with creepy stings in their tales.… (more)

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