This book contains Count Dracula's rather true memoirs. And there are tons of hideous creatures in it. Giant yetis, insidious werewolves, slimy fish monsters ... better not read it! You might learn things you didn't know about monsters before. Hair-raising things that make these monsters appear friendly, even downright human. So, take my advice, you only have one chance: put the book down quickly and move on before you get caught in its clutches!
But if you do read this book, you will be enchanted by the incredibly imaginative full-color illustrations through out, the fabulously appealing cover, and the original wit captured within.
Jochen Till actually wanted to become a rock star. Despite his undeniable disinterest in accounting, he graduated from business high school at the age of 22. Nine years later he published his first book. After working in a comic book shop for a few years, he now dedicates himself exclusively to writing - and enjoying numerous television series.
Wiebke Rauers studied communication design with a focus on illustration in Duesseldorf/Germany. After graduating in 2011, she moved to Berlin and worked as a character designer in an animation film studio. She has been a freelancer since 2015 and works on apps, exhibitions and everything to do with illustration.