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There's a character called Mr. Tell Tale Fart?

And what does this: the absurdity of death detecting jellyfish mean?

Premise sounds vaguely cool.


Literary Ames {Against GR Censorship} Edgar Allen Poe is referred to as Tell Tale Fart by one of the dead presidents. (a.k.a. = also known as)

The jellyfish detect when and where people are about to die so the Grims can scythe in and harvest their souls. If they don't get harvested then they're doomed to be ghosts for all eternity. No Afterlife for them.


message 3: by [deleted user] (new)

okay then. Random with the jellyfish, but strangely intriguing.

Re Edgar Allen Poe: hehe oh I get it, that's funny.


message 4: by Jessica (new)

Jessica Day I completely agree. Once a plot was created I started to enjoy the novel but the first 13 chapters were awful...


message 5: by Allie (new)

Allie Horn I agree about the world building statement, Amy or "Ames". "This book is all about world building. Forget about the plot," I feel that the plot is kind of hinted at near the beginning but it is only towards the middle and the end that you learn more about it. Although once you learn more about the plot, the book picks up speed.


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