By examining characters lighting the way to hell, as it were, are readers spared iniquity? Are stories a heeded warning... - Adam Ross Quotes
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Quote:By examining characters lighting the way to hell, as it were, are readers spared iniquity? Are stories a heeded warning, or merely an entertainment? Each story in the collection tries to wrestle with these questions. - Adam Ross Quotes
  


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