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  1. #21
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    Oh god that is SUCH a hard choice....Dolan's Cadillac was AMAZINGLY detailed. End of the whole mess was so Sci-Fi flavored. suffer the little children was terrifying. umm. I don't know. its a tie between Suffer the little children, moving finger, hell of a band, rainy season, sorry right number, the ten o' clock people, crouch end (SCARY AS HELL) and umney's last case.

  2. #22
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    Just bougth my copy of this collection for a very very cheap price

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris1974100 View Post
    Just bougth my copy of this collection for a very very cheap price
    Enjoy!

    I still need to finish this collection...

  4. #24
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    Crouch End... My Pretty Pony... You know they got a Hell of a Band... pretty much all of them really.

  5. #25
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    So far my favorite story in the collection will be Dolan's Cadillac and the End of the Whole Mess

  6. #26
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    I'm working my way through this at the moment. I guess my faves so far are Dolan's Cadillac (love a good revenge story!), The Night Flier, Popsy, The 10 o'clock People & The House on Maple Street. But all the stories are great! Normally I'm not so into collections of short stories, because I'm a fast reader & tend to prefer having a big fat novel to work on for a while, but these stories are so cool that even though they're short, they are still so satisfying! Real food for thought, even if it's pretty weird "food"!

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