Two Lonely Graves. December 21, 2017 Posted by Nathan Two Lonely Graves. Forbidden love in the year 1900… Huh? Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleTumblrPinterest Tags: art for a refrigerator, credit where credit is due, MS Paint reborn!, pixelation, WTF ◀ Rattles Doesn’t Like Santa Cat Not Ever ▶ Comments K.J. Towking? Author of the Garry Rotter books? Nice full stop usage there, K.J. Check out the “Look inside” … that’s one hell of an opening paragraph. Loading... Reply That so-called “opening paragraph” is hilarious. I wonder what the hell that author was thinking? Loading... Reply I also inferred that the, er, “homage” to Rowling really meant “KJ Tawking,” as in talking. Or, sh*t, maybe I am overthinking it. Loading... Reply I was thinking it could use a couple of R’s, as in K.J.R.R. Towking (24 hr. roadside service) Loading... Reply I started reading it and then scrolled ahead. Blimey! The entire oeuvre is similarly deranged. From Butterfly Poo Poo: Here is some soap Peter the Clown let me rub it all over your face. (sic) I just hope ‘Kipper’ is now getting the help they need. Loading... Reply Are they stabbing the air? Loading... Reply Maybe he stabbed the book and the book is bound in live flesh like the Naturom Demonto aka Necronomicon Ex-Mortis . Loading... Reply Two “sentences” on the cover, not a good sign… Loading... Reply Why doesn’t the stick-figure on the cover have a face? I’ve tried making it bigger but it still makes no sense. Loading... Reply What the actual hell is going on on this cover? Loading... Reply Oh Good Lord, I’m sorry I peeked inside. Some of MY paragraphs can get a little lengthy, but damn…..this is a whole new level of nonsense. Loading... Reply I’d like to think this is about a magician who’s just sawed somebody in half with a butterknife. Because at least that would explain why there are two graves. Also: AUTHOR! Loading... Reply wtf is even happening Loading... Reply Those O’s look like tomatoes to me. Loading... Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.