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Fog By Michael Wombat
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You know how it is. We’ve all experienced it while driving. You suddenly realise that you have no idea where you are, or what your destination is. After a few seconds light dawns and you... More > remember where you are going. But what if light didn’t dawn? What if you continued to know nothing before that moment? You have no idea where you are, who you are, or why a bunch of nutters is trying to kill you. The only thing you know is that you have to run for your life... Sexy, funny, violent and thrilling, Fog is not so much a Whodunnit as a Whatthehellsgoingon. “Very clever. Funny and genuinely shocking at times.” “A joy to read. A rattling good yarn.” “A pretty damned amazing ride.”< Less
Moth Girl versus The Bats By Michael Wombat
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Out of the moonlight they sped in their thousands, swift as death, razor wings glittering in the pale glow of the Wolf Moon. In the frost-shrouded city below, the final toll of the curfew bell faded.... More > Latecomers hurried inside, the hems of their capes whisked through narrowing gaps as doors were slammed, shutters bolted and chimneys blocked. Those without homes huddled in hidden crevices, or burrowed under piles of rubbish as the bats hurtled out of the night sky. A high keening filled the air – whether emitted by the mechanical creatures themselves, or created by their sharp wings slicing the air no one knew – and suddenly the streets were filled with vicious whirling things, shredding anything soft that they happened across: clothing, flags, living flesh. Where do the deadly mechanical bats come from, and what is their purpose? Can songstress Thea use them against their creator to prevent the people of her town being slaughtered?< Less
The Museum of White Walls By Michael Wombat
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Forty-one disparate tales and three short poems of a world askew, with guest appearances by Alex Brightsmith, KJ Collard and Ellie Cooper. “This is certainly a book.” – Katherine... More > Stephen, freelance proof-reader. “Have you seen the breadknife anywhere?” – Mary Wombat, current spouse. “An amuse bouche of beetroot and wild roots.” – Daisy Smith, chef. “How much was I getting paid for this, again?” – Colleen Watts, starving artist. “A ream of paper, glued along one edge. Five stars” – Rich Chester, Head Clown, Bobo's Fun Factory. “If you want something, this is it.” – Nick Johns, author. (Honestly, you ask people for a little help providing cover quotes and this is what happens. Idiots).< Less
Blood on the Ground By Michael Wombat
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A dozen dollops of whimsy from Michael Wombat, shortlisted author for the HNS Short Story Award 2014. From cowboys to dragons, from hilarity to horror, this cornucopia of diverse adventure will... More > absorb, amuse, thrill and terrify you. You know, I hate writing back cover blurbs. All that snappy ‘Blurbspeak’. This one’s rubbish, isn’t it? “Dollops of whimsy” sounds like the sort of Edwardian novel where nothing happens, and keeps on happening. ‘The Dollops of Whimsy End’, a new novel from Mr. Michael Wombat (not really).” Suffice to say, you will enjoy the varied stories in this book.< Less
Warren Peace By Michael Wombat
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Influenced more by Seven Samurai, Zulu and Joss Whedon than by Watership Down, Warren Peace is about a young, nervous rabbit with an easy life.... until the foxes come. With the lives of his friends... More > and family in danger, Cuetip must undertake a perilous journey out into the big world to find help. On the way, he also finds terror, laughter, sadness, friendship, humans, cats, gods and perhaps most important of all, courage. A novel about talking animals, but definitely not for smaller children, “Warren Peace” will grab both your heart and your funny bone and shake them silly.< Less
A Pocketful of Surprises By Michael Wombat
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“What do you fancy?” said Satan. “How about a nice cake?” “You said I could have anything I wanted – why would I ask for cake?” “Who doesn’t like... More > cake?” he smiled. I simply stared into his curiously striking eyes. “Ah well, it was worth a try,” he said. “Go on then, what do you want?” “I ... I don’t know. What’s the catch? Will I have to go to Hell when I die?” “Only if you want to. It’s quite a nice place, actually.” “Hell is ‘quite nice’?” “Oh yes, though all the books are missing the last chapter. Otherwise it’s not unlike one of those woodland holiday villages.” “Is there wifi?” “No, Hell has no wifi.” “I suppose that was a silly q—” “Look at your face! Of course there’s wifi. Who doesn’t have wifi? That would be ridiculous.” Eight short tales of surprise and delight that you can slip in your pocket.< Less
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Warren Peace By Michael Wombat
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Influenced more by Seven Samurai, Zulu and Joss Whedon than by Watership Down, Warren Peace is about a young, nervous rabbit with an easy life.... until the foxes come. With his friends and... More > family’s lives in danger, Cuetip must undertake a perilous journey out into the big world to find help. On the way, he also finds terror, sadness, friendship, cats, hilarity and perhaps most important of all, courage. A novel about talking animals, but definitely not for smaller children, “Warren Peace” will grab both your heart and your funny bone and shake them silly.< Less
Cubic Scats By Michael Wombat
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A gathering of rib-provoking and thought-tickling posts from the many blogs of Michael Wombat, featuring a skeuomorphic cover by thrusting young designer Thom White. Includes musings, Oliver... More > Cromwell’s head, fiction, a ghost chicken, oddities, history, a bone-eating snot-flower worm, dreams and yes, recipes. Amazingly, Wombie has also managed to pack over 300 photographs into this little book (and reader, beware: in one he is as naked as if he had no clothes on at all). Why read all these remarkable articles for free on the internet when you can buy them all in this handy, easy-to-read-on-the-bog format? Buy this and save yourself hours of Googling. “A perfect read for the beach. Or train journeys.” – Alex Brightsmith, about another book. “Don’t drag me into this.” – Dawne le Goode “Where did you put the bread knife?” – Mrs. Wombat< Less

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