Gifford's latest installment in his chronicle of American madness and desperation on the eve of the 21st century. Ill prepared for the modern world's sharp jolts, Baby Cat-Face joins Mother Bizco's Temple of the Few Washed Pure by Her Blood, only to learn that there is no easy path to virtue. Baby Cat-Face deals with love and a specter of extraterrestrial activity.
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