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Book Review: Hang Wire

Hang Wire by Adam Christopher
From the author of ‘Seven Wonders’ comes this tale of circus folk, a serial killer, worried hipsters, eldritch abominations, immortals and gods. This was an okay intricate tale that was fun to read.

Best Lines:
“It drew me here, to this city, this place. To the thing that sleeps beneath us all.”

“The gods themselves are powerless against the Cold Dark. See how the Thing Beneath stirs from its eternal dreamless sleep!”
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