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Warren Fahy

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Author of the New York Times bestseller FRAGMENT, nominated for a BSFA and the International Thriller Writers Best First Novel Award, the sequel PANDEMONIUM and his latest book, the epic fantasy CRIMSON. Yes, I was born in Hollywood. Please don't hold it against me. (I had nothing to do with it.)


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Warren Fahy I rarely have it, though doing nothing but sleeping and watching TV for a few days will usually nudge me out of it.
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Average rating: 3.65 · 3,537 ratings · 602 reviews · 9 distinct works · Similar authors
Fragment
3.64 of 5 stars 3.64 avg rating — 2,990 ratings — published 2009 — 39 editions
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Pandemonium
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“Envy is the religion of the mediocre. It comforts them, it soothes their worries, and finally it rots their souls, allowing them to justify their meanness and their greed until they believe these to be virtues. Such people are convinced that the doors of heaven will be opened only to poor wretches like themselves who go through life without leaving any trace but their threadbare attempts to belittle others and to exclude - and destroy if possible - those who, by the simple fact of their existence, show up their own poorness of spirit, mind, and guts. Blessed be the one at whom the fools bark, because his soul will never belong to them.”
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