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content warnings for THE DEVOURING GRAY:
OVERALL TEXT CONTENT WARNINGS:
- A high volume of discussion surrounding grief and death, especially familial death (specifically sibling death and a dead father)
- explicit, graphic description of corpses, wounds, and blood
- allusions to physical abuse within a family
- several scenes of physical violence
SPECIFIC CONTENT WARNINGS:
- physical violence occurs between a parent and child in chapter 19.
- There is an animal death in chapter 6. A cat dies off-page, and is (mild spoilers) almost immediately resurrected, but its dead body is described on-page, albeit not in great detail.
- A cat is briefly in peril in chapter 11, but it is quickly saved from any harm.

**due to formatting differences in various editions of the book, specific content warnings are denoted by chapter, not page #.

content warnings for THE DECK OF OMENS:

**due to formatting differences in various editions of the book, specific content warnings are denoted by chapter, not page #.

OVERALL TEXT CONTENT WARNINGS:
-graphic descriptions of blood and gore
-high volume of discussions about death and grief, especially death in the family (sibling, parent, aunt)
-body horror, grotesque imagery
-PTSD
-child abuse (physical and emotional), generational trauma

SPECIFIC CONTENT WARNINGS:
-underage drinking is referenced several times throughout the book and occurs on-page in chapters 12 & 13, where it is utilized as a coping mechanism by a character to handle untreated PTSD  
-domestic violence is explicitly referenced and described in chapter 22
-a cat is briefly in peril in chapters 21 & 23, (however, all is well with said cat)
-scenes in chapter 4, chapter 5, chapter 8, chapter 13, chapter 20, & chapter 21 may be triggering to readers with emetophobia (retching/gagging/vomit is mentioned; attempted in chapter 4 & 13)