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Never over the Edge - cover

Never over the Edge

Anuj Lal

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

This book does not intend to spread fear. It's meant to terrify the reader. As you read on, a relatable thrill will run up your spine and cold sweats with goosebumps is what it may lead to. The faint-hearted must refrain, and reader discretion is advisable. Here we talk about the unspoken truth, that we are not alone in this world. Here, there is an edge, and over the edge, there is another world.  A world of darkness, a world of fear, and a world we always believed didn't exist.  By picking up this book, you also pick up a ticket to the world tour of the dark side. Haunted by the emphasis of its genre, this book says it loud and clear that the world is made up of both humans and not-so-humans.......
Available since: 11/14/2022.
Print length: 49 pages.

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