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Collectives In A Forsaken Landscape

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by: Nickolaus Pacione
Books with a 1 star rating  (5)
Publication Date: November 4, 2015
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 208
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781594577703

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Book Synopsis
Collectives In A Forsaken Landscape was the book that started it all for me as a solo author. It was originally with BookSurge in 2004 when it was first published.

This collection if you're reading it like a novel; (psst) ::whispers:: you're reading it wrong. I have the original pdfs for the body of the book and has additional photos on the TOC page to make this stand out. If you want Gothic Fiction or some nonfiction too you will see it within this; this was based upon a journal on The stories were written between 2000-2004. The second book reflects how I was published in print within magazines. This will be a similar size to An Eye In Shadows. Evil Airs is mentioned in passing within the pages of The Pattern Of Diagnosis on The Ethereal Gazette: Issue Five. Both books are identical in size. This is shared with where one can preview the opening story in it's entirely and the table of contents. My debut appeared just days before, Ourselves Alone. 🔏
Customer Comments
Marc Lyth
Posted: November 6, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
The paper is too harsh to wipe with, but it would keep you warm for a few minutes if you burned it.

Those are the only two sensible options with this book. Reading it certainly isn't one.
Neal Undblome
Posted: November 6, 2015
Customer comment 1 star rating
Utterly dreadful in every way. The author of this steaming pile of dog vomit has not the slightest idea how to write dark fiction or any kind of fiction. This collection of plotless, aimless, pointless drivel is so badly written that one can only assume the author is a mentally retarded dyslexic troglodyte. The prose is so egregious it literally hurts to read. My head ached and my eyes watered trying to make sense of such excruciating lines as "In them as they are typed, from the tired fingers I would draw from them in the eyes which sagged on with the thoughts that keep me awake. The waking thoughts as they would be there are what caused me to awaken violently a few days ago – that it would be still in the waning darkness which it would be described." The author goes on to use "would" and "would be" approximately 500 times in this particular story called Insect, the absolute worst story of this atrocious collection, and possibly the worst story ever written by anyone anywhere. Nickolaus Pacione is no more a writer than someone poking around inside someone's skull with a sharp stick is a brain surgeon. Please for the sake of your sanity and the greater good of humanity, do not buy this book.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 9, 2015
Customer comment 0 star rating
This is a journal not a novel -- so I think you're reading this book wrong. And whoever is throwing shade on this debut go back to reading you Poppy Z. Brite fan fic and give her male fan base a blowjob with their ass.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: November 11, 2015
Customer comment 0 star rating
Now I know your not Porras; Hello Keene. Get out.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: December 10, 2015
Customer comment 0 star rating
Seeing that the problematic reviews had been removed in part.
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