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Is anyone here yet? Who's brave enough to go first? Would anyone like to share their thoughts on the Powers That Be recognizing the Antichrist mix-up, the Them, and Anathema Device?

I know someone out there does. Bring it on, guys! :)



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Hello? (hello hello hello hello hello...)

Where is everybody?? :shock:

Is anyone still with me? I can't have a discussion all by myself, you know. I'm pretty sure that's called schizophrenia, a diagnosis I am glad to say I do NOT have.

If anyone is still reading and has made it to chapter 3 (Wednesday), please make yourself known and share some of your thoughts with me so I don't die from loneliness!! :cry:

Come back!!



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I'm writing this while listening to some music Bleached had the courtesy to post on the previous chapter's discussion. Wednesday is shaping up to be funnier than the last chapter which I liked very much. The chemistry between Az and Crowley is phenomenal.

The party was a trip. It reminded me of something out of Master and Margarita. Az, an eccentric, finds himself in a position to display some slight of hand he learned long ago and amuse some rugrats. Too funny. For an angel that could easily display real magic he decides to do his best using only mortal visual trickery. He fails - badly and is even called a fag. hahaha! Crowley can't even look at him he's so embarrassed on behalf of his friend. It's in the noble persons character to try when there is no assumption of success. To try when failure is overwhelmingly likely but a good outcome makes the effort worthwhile. Crowley shows his true colors here by sticking by his companion.

It's noteworthy he brings the bird back to life.

I'm just getting into the dog bit... WTF this is pretty damn funny.



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I'm just getting into the dog bit... WTF this is pretty damn funny.


You can't put it down can you? This novel is intoxicating!

Wow bleach, we have ourselves a true resurrection! It's a miracle! Someone should inform stah! :lol:



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lol. I figured light reading wouldn't hurt any. After the end of this week I should be able to start tackling non-fiction again. =)



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:lol:

Will you be eating solid foods again by the end of the week? You sound like an injured man! But I'm afraid to ask you what hurts.



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I'll let you know by the end of the week. It's make it or break it time for me. I have one week left. Wish me luck :)



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I love this book and what it brings out in people. :love:



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