Well, where to begin: Rule 34 is dark, disturbing, bleak and yet in parts very funny.
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More than 10 years ago, writer Giles Andreae branched out from his saucy Purple Ronnie poems into children's books.
Here he reunites with artist Wojtowycz, with whom he made his breakthrough books Rumble in the Jungle, Commotion in the Ocean and Farmyard Hullabaloo.
A school is on fire and a desperate mother runs in to rescue her daughter. Both are critically injured, and can only communicate with each other through 'out of body' experiences. When the fire turns out to be arson, an investigation is launched to discover the perpetrator.
The Sacred Heart Catholic church, with its small but loyal band of parishioners, finds itself the subject of intense curiosity when news gets out of a miracle within its hallowed walls: a statue of Jesus Christ has apparently bled from its wounds, witnessed by Mary-Margaret O'Reilly before she cr
St John Fox kills women for a living, purely to entertain others. The celebrated American novelist has a habit of murdering his heroines and Mary Foxe wants him to change. Mary is the woman of his dreams: beautiful, intelligent, witty, challenging . . . and imaginary.