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Occult Files Reviewed by “Twisted Tongue Magazine”

Review by: Claire Nixon

“What makes this book so different from others like this is that there are no over complex words that you cannot pronounce never mind know what they mean, yes I’m talking about scientific lingo. There’s no getting to grips with how a thingy-ma-jing picks up ghosts. No techno stuff to pull you away from the story. To some, this could be a bad thing, but to me, without realms of pages about the ins and outs of a machine works darn well for me. I’m able to sit back, relax and indulge myself with Muk’s tales.”

Read the full review in Twisted Tongue Magazine #15, available for download here. (review begins on page 28)

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