The Book Report
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Aubrey Holes 3/3/2020 11:08pm
There's a book called CESSATION that sometimes gets assigned as a book report, but it's really dangerous and a couple years ago somebody named @Izzy
stole it from the library and disappeared. So if you get assigned that book RUN!!!
Jeremy Brown 3/4/2020 4:14am
I didn’t get that one... but now I’m worried for the guy in my class who did.
Duncan 3/4/2020 11:16am
yeah, Hey I haven't seen the guy who got that book for a while now, do you think he went missing as well?
Jeremy Brown 3/4/2020 11:28am
No clue, sorry.
Duncan 3/4/2020 11:37am
I hope he's ok
Jeremy Brown 3/4/2020 2:50pm
Several hours later.. that guy never showed up. Oh... and I turned in my report today... here’s to hoping for a good grade on it!
Duncan 3/5/2020 9:08am
Yeah me too I just finished it up even though I didn't have a book I took your tip on taking the essence of the author to remember the book.
Jeremy Brown 3/5/2020 11:25am
I’m glad I could help!
Zebo the Mag 3/14/2020 4:59pm
My book finally arrived in the mail today. It spent a long time in psychic quarantine, which could have cost me precious days in preparation for my report. Fortunately I had access to the online version.
But now I open the book I got in the mail and it's not the same at all! Well I mean it's got the same title (A Suggestive Inquiry into the Songs, Behaviors, and Idiosyncratic Characteristics of the Dreaming King of the Northern Presence, Sector B Subcluster, Being an Attempt Towards the Recovery of the Ancient Experiment of Nature), and the same cover art, (a bunch of happy kids listening to old fashioned head phones), and the chapter titles, and even the ISBN, but the content is totally different. You kind of have to dig into it because it's all written in this old fashioned, weird word, run-on sentence kind of way, but other than that they're not saying the same story at all.
Which one am I supposed to believe? I wrote the publisher.
Tulove 3/20/2020 2:43pm
For punishment for not being a psychic, my teacher, Henrick Ghast, sent me to read "Mindfester" by Gevin Hiller. AND report it, all the killings included in it.
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