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The Clock Without a Face by Gus Twintig
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Read from April 22 to 23, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: Once

Quirky and interesting, I'm not sure whether the layout completely worked for me, but it was still a bit of a compelling read and a nice little brain teaser. I'm finding it a little difficult to discover whether all the emerald numbers have been unearthed yet? Or perhaps I should say that the interwebs provide conflicting and confusing information. Also, I don't know whether I'm just being my usual persnickety self or whether I've imbibed some of Krieger Manzarek's paranoia when I question the typo in the fourth paragraph of the thirteenth floor, first sentence: "Nobody responded to my question, but I answered it myself when I reached the sage." It's not "sage", it should read "safe". OR SHOULD IT?
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