Even Ghosts Can't Save Us from Over-Salivation

March 7, 2011
By Bagheera-Rose BRONZE, tacoma, Washington
Bagheera-Rose BRONZE, Tacoma, Washington
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Summary:

Noah was dark. He needed blood to survive, or so he told himself. His compulsive killing tears at him for years, until he kills a man and his son, who lead him to the woman he thinks will free him. But as the events unfold, the man begins to question himself, and the world he had come to accept as his home.


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Even Ghosts Can't Save Us from Over-Salivation


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