The Spectacular Vision of Oskar Dunkelblick (Paperback)
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The Spectacular Vision of Oskar Dunkelblick (Paperback)

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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 08/11/2018
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Oskar is the ultimate teenage loner. He's been living on the streets since he was a kid, he hates being touched and his eyes are always itchy from chronic conjunctivitis. To perk himself up, he paints the misery of mankind. After all there is so much of that about... One day during a not-so-routine eye test, Oskar's bleak perspective is blown apart when he tries on a pair of very unusual lenses. The world he glimpses is filled with love, light and wonder - and he is furious. But those lenses have opened his inner eye and much against his darker nature, Oskar's perception and behaviour begin to change in ways he could never, ever have imagined...

Publisher: RedDoor Press
ISBN: 9781910453643
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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Whispering Stories

“Overall I did enjoy this weird, unusual tale”

Eighteen-year-old Oskar Dunkelblick is a bit of a loner. He lived on the streets from just thirteen years of age, that was until his paintings got noticed and were showcased in a gallery. Oskar is now looking for his... More

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