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DO NOT REMOVE THE BINDER CLIPS.DO NOT LOOK AHEAD IN THIS JOURNAL.

DO NOT TURN SO MUCH AS THE CORNER OF A SINGLE PAGE WITHOUT FIRST READING THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY.

This journal is like absolutely nothing you have ever had before. It looks old because it IS old. It looks valuable because it IS valuable. It's not just something to write in, it's an opportunity.

You only
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Paperback, 322 pages
Published January 1st 2019 by Cemetery Dance Publications
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Dominick Cancilla
Jan 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I think this is this best thing I've written to date (if I don't say so myself). I hope you like it!
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I'll tell you what I was told when I was given this this book to review: Make sure you have plenty of time to read, because once you start you won't want to stop. And this is true. I broke for food and that's it. This is yet another compelling novella from Cemetery Dance that defies description.

It begins easily enough and leads you along a path filled with clues to that will leave you wondering the purpose of it all. And then, and then....the breathtaking ending...

I cannot recommend
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Interesting concept about a girl writing in a journal to her future self (or is it????) The journal tells her to do things and she is trying to figure out if she is saving the world or helping to destroy it.
There is a line in the book that I think sums the book up beautifully. Sometimes Hope has the devils face. Keep that in mind. Always.
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