Alex and The Gruff (A Tale of Horror)

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This is the tale of a polite and well-mannered boy named Alex who; after being abducted by a pedophile, develops an incredible bond with an angry and foul mouthed doll called The Gruff who teaches young Alex how to find his voice. More
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Words: 96,330
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301380572
About C. Sean McGee

C.SeanMcGee is a prolific multidimensional story teller and philosopher writing strange literary fiction novelsin a tiny town in the Brazilian countryside called Araraquara, a place where the air constantly stings with the smell of burned oranges, where the sun offers little respite, painting the trail of clouds with its picturesque red and orange hue, and where Sartre himself chose to diverge his famed Brazilian discourse away from beaches and the choking populous, in favor of cobbled roads and the ubiquitous Baroque acrhitecture and devilish sculptures.

C.SeanMcGee writes what he coined Strange Literary Fiction, a blend of articulate literation with concise philosophy and some difficult and oddball themes. He writes from a purely philosophical lens with a sharp wit and a twisted perspective of humanity. As an author, his writing is schizophrenic, not holding to any repeated theme, ranging from Dystopian FIction (traditional - not this new age pop culture rubbish), Dystopian Fairy Tale, Political Satire, Philosophical/Theological Satire, Idelaistic Satire, Black Comedy, Literary Fiction and Horror.

Neath each story is the same vibrating string.

C.SeanMcGee is an indepenadant writer in that, he is not dependant on his writing for financial renumeration meanning he is free to evolve his stories as he chooses. 100% of his e-books are made available for free. He has his own reasons of which are on a distant plain of thought and being to which no human being is educated or prepared to comprehend.

Free does not necessarily mean cheap.

C.SeanMcGee is an Alien.

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Review by: Tanya Freeth on Aug. 25, 2013 :
Unique, exiting, imaginative and unpredictable.I found the philosophical theme
quite an interesting concept to consider. An excellent and thought provoking story.
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