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Clash of the Sissies

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Author: Graham Parke
Published: 2009
Language: English
Wordcount: 4,805 / 14 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 80
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 2,743
Added to site: 2009.12.11
mnybks.net#: 25998
License: by-nc-nd

"Barend and I met as kids. This was years before he became famous for inventing the easy-foldable map, and infamous for the large number of bodies he decided to bury in his back yard..."What do you do when an old friend becomes famous? Alex has some weird ideas about this.'Clash of the Sissies' is a micro novel dealing with topics no self-respecting micro novel should ever have to deal with.

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in his apartment. She read it with interest, then looked at the picture. "That looks like Joseph Miller," she said, confirming my suspicion that he was part of the trial, and giving me his full name. "Haven't seen him in a while," she said, "but I'm fairly sure it's him." She shook her head. "It's a real shame... he was a nice guy."

"So you don't think his condition had anything to do with the trial, then?"

Dr. Hargrove looked up with a start. "What? No, of course not!" She gave me a soothing smile. "Don't worry, Gomez, we're not testing anything dangerous here. Not by a long shot."


Blog entry: Made a new appointment with Dr. Hargrove and left the clinic. On my way home I seriously considered quitting the trial, just to be on the safe side. Then I remembered Dr. Hargrove mentioning she hadn't seen Joseph in a while. Maybe quitting was the opposite of what I should do. The trial might not be the cause of Joseph's condition, he could've been involved in a million other dangerous activ

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