Since I recently, well, finished, ehm, reading two lovely little books that have a very strong visual component, I really feel I should pay some attention to them.
For the first one, All My Friends Are Dead by Avery Monsen and Jory John, it’s easy, as a link to the book’s website should give you all the reasons why this book is totally awesome. All My Friends Are Dead.
- Avery Monsen and Jory John — All My Friends Are Dead
- All my friends are dead.
The second, that mysterious volume that came with that oblique and indecipherable message, is a bit trickier. First and foremost, it would not be wise to tell too much about it’s horrifying content. Secondly, with the few images I can find, it’s hard to do this tome justice.
So you’ll just have to believe me: it’s totally worth losing your mind over.
- C.J. Henderson and Erica Henderson — Baby’s First Mythos
- CAVEAT LECTOR Recitation of these passages has been known to drive impressionable children to the very brink of suicidal madness and despair, and beyond.