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Hamburger Horrors

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Peoples all across the USA loves to eats hamburgers all the time now so I wrote about this one lonely hamburger that comes to life after it had been eaten up by this one single human being and giant oversized hamburger types person comes on out and eats up people for if now thats people eats up billions of hamburger meats every single day of the year. Then only once in the ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Authorhouse (first published 2004)
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One of the truly underappreciated masterpieces of the 20th century, Oscar Auca's masterful free-form horror novel achieves what literary giants have been attempting for ages: an unending and maddening work filled with suspense, probabbly over 1,000 characters and of course, no paragraph breaks whatsoever. Post-modern and challenging, this is one for the ages.
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