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Reyadh Rahaman

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Reyadh is a new author, but internally is an old man who has done too many things in life. From being a camera operator at events with thousands of people to literally playing with alligators and anacondas while working at a zoo, he has decided to chill out and get back to his first passion: storytelling.

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Reyadh Rahaman With infinitely more boring straws.

Thankfully, our sinister forefathers graced us with this marvelous technology!…more
With infinitely more boring straws.

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Reyadh Rahaman Great question! Honestly, the classic ways are still the best.

First, and foremost, the Elizabeth Báthory method. You know, stealing youth from innocen…more
Great question! Honestly, the classic ways are still the best.

First, and foremost, the Elizabeth Báthory method. You know, stealing youth from innocents via bloody rituals.

Fun fact: She didn't actually bathe in the blood of virgins, she just siphoned their souls out with the 1500s/1600s equivalent of a bendy-straw. (less)
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The first thing you need to know about this book is that the dialogue is in early modern English, therefore those who enjoy Shakespearean era writing and those of similar style will be well suited to enjoying The Worm Ouroboros. The prose is in moder ...more
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