Typewritten in all caps, a stream of error-riddled sentences over 60 single-spaced pages, an often incomprehensible manuscript proclaimed to be a "true story" about being "labeled a psychotic paranoid schizophrenic" and arrived with a plea to help him get his story out to the world. In A Kind of Mirraculas Paradise, Sandra Allen translates her uncle's autobiography, artfully creating a gripping coming-of-age story while sticking faithfully to the facts as he shared them.
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Stories of ultimate revenge, from freshly sold human meat and uncontrollable robots, to life-sucking MP3 players and reality TV where death is the penalty - all told with dark humour and gruesome relish, and made even more fiendish by chilling facts and a puckish message from the author. This is Anthony Horowitz at his most wicked.
Regular price: $21.68