Baby Talk


Author: Mike Wells
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Pages: 210
Language: English
Publication date: 03.06.2011
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Five-month old infant begins talking to young father...and more!
In this creepy tale of parental horror, Neal Becker is convinced that his five-month old baby daughter has started talking to him. But that's impossible...isn't it? Except that Neal didn't really want to get married in the first place, and pushed for an abortion. Now, Baby Natasha is surely out to get even. Neal and Natasha engage in a battle of wills that springs far, far over the top!

'Any parent who has ever reached his wit's end with a toddler will appreciate this fantasy! I laughed until I cried...but the book has a seriously scary side, too, especially the ending' -- Jennifer W., Atlanta

'Every nanny's worst nightmare!' -- Veronika P, Manchester, UK
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Mike Wells is an American novelist who has lived in many parts of Europe, including Latvia, Holland, France and Cyprus. His father was Hungarian and spent much of his childhood in Moscow, and Mike grew up hearing many of his father's recollections of life in the Soviet Union.

Mike is the author of eight novels and two screenplays. He writes in a variety of genres and is popular with European readers due to his clear, simple writing style and his cross-genre, original approach. Many of his stories are set in exotic locales (In God We Trust, for example, takes place in Bulgaria, Russia, France, and Italy). His writing is known for its fast pace and rich character development.

Mike is also an accomplished university lecturer and teaches in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Oxford. He currently split his time between the UK and Latvia (his wife's home country).

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