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Castle of Terror

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Author: E.J. Liston
Published: 1948
Language: English
Wordcount: 7,828 / 29 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 84
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 8,434
Added to site: 2010.06.19
mnybks.net#: 28206
Origin: gutenberg.org

What strange dimension was this where giants, gangsters, Lucretia Borgia, dwarfs and Rip Van Winkle lived at the same time?

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ndicular walls of the castle, trumpets sounded and mailed guards ran to appointed places at the castle's entrance. The beautiful creature nodded in acknowledgment of their salute as she stepped past them, Jenkins at her side and the eight bodyguards, two abreast, walking behind. Thus they proceeded up the long and narrow courtyard through another entrance, and into an inner courtyard which preceded the entrance hall proper to the castle.

Things happened at a greater pace from then on. At her signal men came forward, took Jenkins with them and, from then until his return to the woman, he was bathed, shaved, and dressed in a wondrously brocaded gown. When he returned, it was to find her in the immense banquet hall.

She motioned him forward and bade him sit at her right. His eyes went wide when he saw who was at her left--Griffin. And dressed in a gown similar to his own.

"Hi, chum," Griffin said. "Nice layout, huh?"

"I like him," Lucretia said, as she signalled for the food to be bro

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 1.5 from 2 reviews: **
2013.02.07
bhold
*....

Absolutely terrible. The only good thing about it is brevity, so I only wasted a few minutes time.

2012.05.12
Kora
**...

A really odd story that was just OK for me. Hence 2 stars.


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