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From the Ashes of The Continental
From the Ashes of The Continental
Author: R.D. Maracle II
Alexander, for the most part, was an average employee of the best Metal/Gothic club in Buffalo. Was, being the keyword, because The Continental had burned to the ground nearly six months ago in a fire that claimed as many lives as it ruined. — Pining over the loss of life and the cause of the blaze, Alex has descended into a vast downward spiral ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781605639208
ISBN-10: 1605639206
Publication Date: 8/25/2008
Pages: 152
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Publisher: PublishAmerica
Book Type: Paperback
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Yes, I've read it. A bunch of times. And yes, as you read it, you feel that maybe it could have been written slightly better. But that's not the point. It's still a solid story and yes, it still keeps you reading on and on. Why? Because it plays out like a movie.
No big words, no long drawn out explanations, and of course it doesn't make the reader feel stupid by using a whole heap of words that no one in real life would rightly use. In short, it just is. Give it a chance, give it a passing glance, at the very least, tell a friend to read it to you, or give you the summary. You may just like hearing about it!

What harm could it do? I know I like it. And was the best I could do!
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