REVIEW | A Cup of Tea at the Mouth of Hell (Or, an Account of Catastrophe by Stroudmire McCloud, Demon) – Luke Tarzian
Synopsis from Goodreads: BRIEFLY, A WORD ABOUT ORDER Order is the focal point around which existence revolves. Without order there is only chaos. And in the halls of Damnation (pronounced Dam-NAWT-ion, thank you kindly) the first sign of impending chaos is a cup of tea made without the water having first been well and properly… Continue reading
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