One for the birds
From a deal with the devil to heads in boxes and even a computer that goes on a rampage, One for the birds is a unique collection of short stories that makes you feel a bit uneasy in the end.
In One for the birds, Lily Mitchell gives you surrealism, betrayal and some macabre situations in which the main characters find themselves lost or trapped. But that's not all. Here and there a main character learns valuable life lessons a little too late. Besides death and suspense you'll find a good dose of sarcasm. These short stories are an easy read and very variable. Are you particularly fond of scary stories than you don't want to miss out on these.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
From a young age on, Lily Mitchell (1976) is intrigued by the famous short stories written by Edgar Allan Poe. With the thought 'it's now or never' she starts her writing career taking scenes from daily life and transforming them into scary stories where she can wander freely in the world of the macabre. Her fascination for the morbid and the strange is also seen in her work as an artist and photographer.