Urban Creatures (Paperback)
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Urban Creatures (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 30/04/2020
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Urban survival makes creatures of us all. Clamouring for love, terrified of boredom and anxious for success, we fight a futile battle. A quirky collection of dark tales recounted with wit, imagination and menace.

Publisher: Claret Press
ISBN: 9781910461358
Dimensions: 190 x 120 mm

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“Dark and unsettling collection of short stories”

Urban Creatures is a collection of short stories that deal with the human condition, but what's really interesting about them is how widely they range. In some of them you can find gothic horror comedy, some are... More

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“Favourite collection so far”

The thing I have always appreciated most about Sarah Gray's writing is the vivid characterisation and the detail of the everyday that makes even the supernatural believable. This set of stories has her sharpest... More

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“Fantastic collection of short stories”

I had read and enjoyed Sarah's earlier collections and found this to be even better

A dark, unsettling collection of stories that demand to be be paused and reflected on.

I would love a longer story soon!... More

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