Insane Children's Letters To God

Insane Children's Letters To God

by Richard Moore


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Hidden in the children's ward of an abandoned mental hospital, lied the greatest secret the world would ever know. It would only take the actions of one brave man to discover it. A man... well brave may be to strong a word perhaps a man with a sense of adventure. A man with the strength of character... ok even maybe that's a bit unrealistic, I think a better word is slightly deranged. A man with abilities far... You know what? I don't think that right either, completely deranged, that bit harsh. Insane, and slightly cannibalistic is more like it to. Any way, he discovered these writings of mental disturbed children, collected them in to this book and brought them to you. So prepare to be amazed, by the beautiful thoughts of these insane children. Brought to you by the makers of split personality disorder we think its great.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781441490148
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/21/2009
Pages: 54
Sales rank: 570,851
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.14(d)

About the Author

About the Author

The author of this book has not served time in a mental institution nor been convicted of any crime. He is simply a man who sits in his basement and thinks up crazy things. The author would like to make it clear that he has neither done, nor been a party to, most of the actives mentioned in this book. In addition; to those that have said that his brand of humor is "vile, disgusting, and destroying the fabric of America", the author would like to say "Thanks Mom for all your love and support".

In conclusion, the author also would like to state that he thanks each and every person who purchased this book for supporting his bizarre and off-beat brand of humor. To those who are just reading this while sitting in the book store drinking coffee (that he probably brought with him from home), please tell a friend who isn't a cheap bastard about this book to purchase it.


Then borrow it and don't return it so he has to get another.

From the Desk of,

Richard Moore (the author, whom often refers to himself in the third person)

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