Never-Ending Book Quiz
I know how much this story might upset people, how much distress and confusion it could cause. I suspect that any publisher who agrees to take on this manuscript will be heading for trouble - heading for prison, probably - and I'd like to apologize right now for the inconvenience. But I must write this book without further delay, because if they find me in my present state, no one will listen to me or believe what I say. Simply holding a pen gives me terrible cramps. I haven't enough light, either, so I have to stop at nightfall, and I write very, very slowly. I won't tell you about the problems I had getting this notebook or about the mud, which dirties everything and dilutes ink that's barely dry.
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Choose the correct answer:Weaveworld, Clive Barker The Glass Cell, Patricia Highsmith Pig Tales: A Novel of Lust and Transformation, Marie Darrieussecq Kindred, Octavia Butler
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