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Joseph Ryan is a Richmond, Virginia based artist and writer.
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The 18-Dickety Doo's
Portraits from the times
by Joseph Ryan

Overview


Travel back now to The 18-Dickety Doo's, a fictitious time period the likes of which none have yet to see! Discover forgotten tales of the great American backwoods in a time of legends both bright and bold, with stories meant to humor, excite, and mystify. With this collection consisting of over two hundred strange portraitures, The 18-Dickety Doo's presents a unique tangle of interweaving characters and back stories that surmount in an absurd chapter of American history you'll have to read to believe. So, when your friends ask, "Is it a long fable folk story or a short fact-based fiction book, not beyond the occasional poem, song and, or puzzle?" The answer is "Yes! it's The 18-Dickety Doo's!"
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Description


Part picture book, part composite novel, and on occasion, part puzzle, The 18-Dickety Doo’s is a collection of interweaving stories that add a strange new entry into American history.


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Overview


Travel back now to The 18-Dickety Doo's, a fictitious time period the likes of which none have yet to see! Discover forgotten tales of the great American backwoods in a time of legends both bright and bold, with stories meant to humor, excite, and mystify. With this collection consisting of over two hundred strange portraitures, The 18-Dickety Doo's presents a unique tangle of interweaving characters and back stories that surmount in an absurd chapter of American history you'll have to read to believe. So, when your friends ask, "Is it a long fable folk story or a short fact-based fiction book, not beyond the occasional poem, song and, or puzzle?" The answer is "Yes! it's The 18-Dickety Doo's!"

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Description


Part picture book, part composite novel, and on occasion, part puzzle, The 18-Dickety Doo’s is a collection of interweaving stories that add a strange new entry into American history.


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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Fantasy / Historical

Language:English

Pages:104

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781098376499


Overview


Travel back now to The 18-Dickety Doo's, a fictitious time period the likes of which none have yet to see! Discover forgotten tales of the great American backwoods in a time of legends both bright and bold, with stories meant to humor, excite, and mystify. With this collection consisting of over two hundred strange portraitures, The 18-Dickety Doo's presents a unique tangle of interweaving characters and back stories that surmount in an absurd chapter of American history you'll have to read to believe. So, when your friends ask, "Is it a long fable folk story or a short fact-based fiction book, not beyond the occasional poem, song and, or puzzle?" The answer is "Yes! it's The 18-Dickety Doo's!"

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Description


Part picture book, part composite novel, and on occasion, part puzzle, The 18-Dickety Doo’s is a collection of interweaving stories that add a strange new entry into American history.


Read more

About the author


Joseph Ryan is a Richmond, Virginia based artist and writer.

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