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  1. #11
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    loved the first half, got lost with the jumping and didn't care for the ending? With 'N' being sooo good I was expecting more.

  2. #12
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    I surely enjoyed it. Short and (not so) sweet.

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    ...welllll, that was a gorge raisin' tale!!!...in udder words....LOVED IT!......

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    Loved it! And thanks for the name check of my Boyz and Permanent Waves

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    I really enjoyed this story. The sneak peeks of upcoming works by SK and JH were also pretty cool.

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    Just finished it. It was real good and real gross too. It's against my religion to read sneak previews but I couldn't help myself with Dr. Sleep (since I was breaking my own rule, I went ahead and read Joe's sneak preview too). I loved the preview and can't wait for this one. I also liked Joe Hill's preview. Seems like a pretty twisted book, I should love it. I haven't read all of Joe Hill's work (yet) but I have liked everything of Joe's that I've read.

    I sure do like the e-book for short stories. No searching around for magazines, just go and download the stories. I really think the e-readers can help revive the short story. It seems like there are getting to be quite a few authors selling short stories in e-book form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmac61 View Post
    I really enjoyed this story. The sneak peeks of upcoming works by SK and JH were also pretty cool.
    ...oh yesirree T!....I'm actually sorta stoked this far in advance, rather than as it gets closer to time......

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    i have quiet a colection wich i would like to put on to an ipod so could listen to them on the go

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    I thought it was a good a short story as either of them have ever written, which is to say it was quite awesome. Reminded me a bit of The Ruins.

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    just listened to the sample i think i will be getting this as soon i can it sounds awesome

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