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What an amazing read. Just fantastic. There was so much beauty in it that I was left gasping for breath. Horror told in such a serene and subtle manner that it sounds like a passing flicker of a thought, beautifully meshed into the canvas of our minds. The phrase which made me fall in love with the story was "a reason as vague as life". The paradox about what we believe and what we want to believe was very accurately depicted here. The harshness with which Joseph Small was dealt was bone-chilling - "If such motive and evidence could be found to make a judgement of him, perhaps it is better a person like that no longer wanders free". So very true if you think about it. What right does this Mr. Small have to prowl the streets if his guilt is so easily proven? I will eagerly await the next chapters.
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