The weirdest stories you will ever read.A bizarre collection of short stories, each featuring a character with an unusual superpower.Meet The Photocopier, a woman who can reproduce herself at will and who attempts to teach her daughter to do the same.Or the zombie hairdresser who is able to reanimate every time she dies.And the man who can break his way into his lover’s dream.Over fifty freaks and misfits feature in this unforgettable book, and each is illustrated by comic book artist Darren Craske.This book contains some text-based images that are optimised for tablet devices.
Darren Craske began his career writing comic books and lives in the south of England. The Equivoque Principle was his first novel and the start of the Cornelius Quaint adventures.
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About the Author
CAROLINE SMAILES lives in the North West of England with her husband and three children. The Drowning of Arthur Braxton is her fifth novel. She can be found at www.carolinesmailes.co.uk and twitter.com/Caroline_S
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