Come down to us : Mark Gluth.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Dimmick Memorial Library.
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- Physical Description: 76 pages : 21 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Paris: KIDDIEPUNK, 2020
- Copyright: 2020
A girl and her twin brother watch a storm from the living room of an empty house while a sense of apprehension overtakes them. As the twins move through the house, it becomes an archetypal space from which a series of horrific actions unspool, leading to a sense of overwhelming dread that consumes them both. Focused on a murder and a series of events that both follow and precede it, "Come Down To Us" — written in Mark Gluth’s characteristically unmistakable voice — is a labyrinthine, dream-like world in which motifs recur, fluctuate, and vanish within cycles of overlapping narratives.
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