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An underground rapid transit rail system used in various parts of the world, known in the US as a 'subway'. ...more
“ The text also just grows increasingly garbled. For instance, here it says that our new subway system will streamline the rush-hour commute, but about halfway down, it's a series of nearly indecipherable glyphs our experts insist hint at "non-Euclidian emotions" and "appeasement" (though we think this may be a euphemism for "fares"). ...more ”
“ He slept in the park, on the subway trains, or with friends from work. He never had a home of his own. ”
...February 19, 2014 to March 21, 2014... I'm here to answer any questions you have about my boo…more
[close] ...February 19, 2014 to March 21, 2014... I'm here to answer any questions you have about my books or about writing!
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Think about it. Children, abandoned in the streets. No older than 10. What becomes of them? Why…more
[close] Think about it. Children, abandoned in the streets. No older than 10. What becomes of them? Why they join the extensive league of unwanted- The Rendered Useless Railway.These children run the railways of America, from California to Maine. The face the dangers of trains, subways, and any other thing that makes its way underground. After all, they are the children of the unwanted, so they have no better thing to do then hide, and pretend to be dead. ....Right?
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