He admires the cat's restful state. One day, he too will be able to
rest, and perhaps urine and blood will surround him as well-like a
blossoming bird of paradise or maybe just a dandelion. It's
something to hope for. Maybe he might pray to the God he doesn't
believe exists. The dead cat raises its head and looks around. It
licks at a spot of blood on its left side, then rights itself in
the snow. Tiny footprints disrupt the blood flower. "Are you going
to cross or not?" the cat calls out. - From "Regarding Dead Things
on the Side of the Road" Benjamin X. Wretlind presents fifteen
short stories--some bizarre, some horrific, some soft and quiet
like scissors through skin. Some of the stories have been published
in magazines like The Horror Express, All Hallows, Horror Carousel
and the Bare Bones anthology series, while others have never been
|Country of origin:
Benjamin X. Wretlind
||203 x 133 x 12mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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