Why Unicorn Drinks

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Unicorns are just like us. They have problems, stresses, and like to blow off some steam. Author and illustrator C. W. Moss explores the inner psyche of the single-horned in Why Unicorn Drinks.

A follow-up to Unicorn Being a Jerk, this volume of 67 four-color illustrations and captions gives readers a glimpse into the sad reality of life as a mythical creature, and reveals what drives Unicorn to the bottle.

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Overview

Unicorns are just like us. They have problems, stresses, and like to blow off some steam. Author and illustrator C. W. Moss explores the inner psyche of the single-horned in Why Unicorn Drinks.

A follow-up to Unicorn Being a Jerk, this volume of 67 four-color illustrations and captions gives readers a glimpse into the sad reality of life as a mythical creature, and reveals what drives Unicorn to the bottle.

As fans of Moss' online comic undoubtedly know, Why Unicorn Drinks pours a double-shot of laughter and irreverence. You'll never look at a unicorn the same way again.

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C.W. Moss' Unicorn Being a Jerk forever dispelled our belief that unicorns are ethereal mythological creatures that soar far above mere mortals. Now, in Why Unicorn Drinks, he exposes even darker sides of the lives of their weird, one-horned horses. In full-color illustrations and humorous captions, he shows his title character in previously unperceived levels of depression, stress, and debauchery. True classicists should read this book with caution; a trade paperback and NOOK Book original.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780062227133
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 2/12/2013
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 144
  • Sales rank: 591,037
  • Product dimensions: 7.60 (w) x 5.70 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

C.W. Moss is a maker and doer who was born in Missouri and now lives in Los Angeles. He likes long walks on the beach, good music, and is a good listener. He loves having a good time. He is the author of Unicorn Being a Jerk.

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