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Wordplague, a collective of writers borne from the very bowels of the Cracked.com underworld, have pooled their talents in the name of helping a great cause. Their new book, The Four Humors, is a collection of 20 short stories and associated pieces of original artwork that explores the differing and sometimes dark sides of life.
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Published 2011 by Wordplague
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Nick
Jun 27, 2016 Nick rated it it was ok
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Read more like a bunch of teenagers trying to be deep. A cool idea and a noble cause, but the stories weren't that good.
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A bit inconsistent, as you'd expect of any collection of short stories by different authors, but mostly pretty good.
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“You know, that thing you do with strangers that isn't really a smile, you just kind of tighten your cheeks, because it would be weird to really smile but yet weirder to do nothing.” 0 likes
“When it was defined in the past, melancholy was used to describe people who were creative, resourceful, self-reliant, and only really cracked out the worry-juice when faced with a situation in which someone might get hurt or disappointed. Their main hobby? Trying to solve the problem of evil within the world. Sub-hobby? Perfectionism.” 0 likes
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