> I remeber when I first picked up and read the book. There were > no clues. None. I actually rather liked it that way - besides, it > beat any other modern book of that genre to hell easily. Oh, I concur. The first time I read it, I had to keep reminding myself of that little fact. And it would keep surprising me. And yes, _Agyar_ beats the competition for that genre. And does it with subtlety. (A subtle beating? Sure, why not?) > Jacob > "I likes a good horror book" Me too! The word needing stressed here is "good".... Chris "Life is the nightmare that leaves its mark upon you in order to prove that it is, in fact, real." -Thomas Ligotti- 'The Sect of the Idiot'