Monthly Archives: October 2011

By the Nails of the Warpriest – Nik Korpon

In a post-apocalyptic world where The Struggle was meant to save the lives of The People, memories have been outlawed. The Thief barely makes a living by stealing the scenes and lives from the elderly; selling them to junkies that … Continue reading

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Damned – Chuck Palahniuk

Madison is the only biological daughter of a successful businessman and an award winning actress. When we first meet Madison, she’s riding along in a car with her mother, as she flips through houses that they own all around the … Continue reading

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The End of Everything – Megan Abbott

Lizzie and Evie are such best friends, that when they were younger, they passed as twins. They talked alike, wore their hair alike, dressed alike, moved alike, and just about breathed in sync. They were the type of friends that … Continue reading

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The Samaritan – Fred Venturini

Adolescence is often tragic, full of drama and awkward moments, as each person finds out who they are, and what they’re going to become. They live and breathe amongst people their own age, thrown in a system where they’re taught … Continue reading

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