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The Magpie: Volume 2 By Bones McKay & Ursula Gray
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A monster is in love with Amanda. The same monster that is responsible for her father's disappearance, and possibly the answer to why no one can leave the town of Pinewood.... But what is it? And... More > more importantly, how can Amanda stop it? With the help of the new girl, Trixie, Amanda continues to uncover the secrets of Pinewood. Rating: Mature (Swearing, Implied Sexual Violence, Slurs, Blood, Death, Gore)< Less
The Magpie: Volume 1 By Bones McKay & Ursula Gray
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There is no escape from Pinewood, this is the one thing Amanda knows. At least she thought she knew that, until Trixie, the new girl came to town. As the rules she once believed fall apart, Amanda... More > soon faces the truth of her town. She isn’t the only one that wants out. Amanda is left with a decision, to fight the town’s monster or join it and finally be free. Rating: Mature (Swearing, Implied Sexual Violence, Slurs, Blood, Death, Gore)< Less
Pretty Mouth By Bones McKay & Ursula Gray
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Evan is not a monster, he just has a few extra mouths. After what was supposed to be a one night stand with Rizo, a real monster, Evan finds things difficult to break off. Rizo just might be able to... More > undo Evan’s curse. With a monster in the woods, witches in the shadows, and laughing mouth without a body, Evan needs to decide if it’s even worth putting aside prejudice. Rating: Mature (Swearing, Slurs, Blood, Death, Gore)< Less
Pretty Mouth By Bones McKay & Ursula Gray
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Evan is not a monster, he just has a few extra mouths. After what was supposed to be a one night stand with Rizo, a real monster, Evan finds things difficult to break off. Rizo just might be able to... More > undo Evan’s curse. With a monster in the woods, witches in the shadows, and laughing mouth without a body, Evan needs to decide if it’s even worth putting aside prejudice.< Less