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Night of the Living Cake Monsters - A Retro Creature Feature - cover

Night of the Living Cake Monsters - A Retro Creature Feature

J.A. Hernandez

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

When did baking become so deadly?
 
It's Christmas time in the town of Endswell. Lillian Richardson and her big orange tabby cat, Mr. Kennedy Cuddlesworth, get more than a sweet slice of bliss after baking a cake from a recipe in a magazine. Never to back down or give ground to oozing nightmares, Lily and Mr. Kennedy Cuddlesworth take up the whisk and claw to defend their home and neighbors from a chocolatey demise.
 
A short 1950s style Retro Creature Feature horror spilling over with cooking puns and horrific holiday cheer. Grab some popcorn, throw on your 3D glasses, and travel back to a time with drive-in theaters, chunky rollerskates, and a monstrous creature on every block.
Available since: 12/10/2021.
Print length: 40 pages.

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