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You Shall Never Know Security by J.R.  Hamantaschen
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Oct 17, 11

Read from October 16 to 17, 2011

o.k. I am a lucky guy, for many reasons, but today's reason...I got a free copy of this great book! I had entered to win it in a goodreads giveaway and didn't win, and then the author emailed and said - Hey - i see you'd like to read my book and you've liked other books I like...I'll send you one. So I said..well heck yeah! Lucky. Cuz it's a great set of very creepy tales (out of all of them there was only one I only sorta liked) that is written with an expertly and eerily effervescent prose. Now - some of the tales and subject matter may not be for everyone...i'm certainly a fan of the genre, but even that said, these are just really excellently written stories evoking a feeling a bit like Lovecraft always did for me... that - "hmmm, he seems to know this subject matter too well - should I be scared or creeped out by that...it couldn't possibly be true, right?" Loved it. Thank you J.R. Hamantaschen for penning your prose...and for so generously sending me a copy. And thanks to West Pigeon Press for publishing this work which they so aptly stated they were "proud to unleash upon the world."
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