"If David Macaulay fictionalized medieval family life in a plague year, he might produce something like this solemn graphic narrative, set in 1348. . . . As in [Decker's] The Letter Home, an idiosyncratic account of WWI, [he] imagines a famously horrific situation and replaces terror with unsettling quietude." --Publishers Weekly
About the Author
Timothy Decker has a degree in fine art with a concentration in drawing from Kutztown University. He has been involved in many programs teaching writing to young adults. He lives with his wife in Jersey City, New Jersey.