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Labyrinth by Eric Mackenzie-Lamb (1980)

IN THE DEPTHS OF THE SWAMP LURKED A GRUESOME NIGHTMARE Nope. Not really, anyway. Labyrinth is difficult, because I liked it quite a bit, but it also lied to me. It promised me a gruesome lurking nightmare, something ‘even more … Continue reading

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