When I visited Yaga’s apartment, I didn’t really believe in magic — and definitely not the really black stuff — but I did know one thing: you could totally put a price on revenge, and I was ready to pay with my life savings if it meant never having to endure another week of those bitches posting stuff to my Facebook wall where mom could see it. I thought the old lady would scare them, you know? I thought maybe six months' worth of allowance would cover it. I’ve never been more wrong.
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Thirteen subdued spooky tales
An ephemeral collection of wonders, terrors, and experiments in low-key horror — small slivers of darkness written over thirteen months. The collection has been described as quietly creepy.
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