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Machine of Death: Stories About People Who Know How They Will Die

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Machine of Death: Stories About People Who Know How They Will Die
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Publisher: Machines of Death
ISBN/ASIN: 0982167121
ISBN-13: 9780982167120
Number of pages: 468

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Machine of Death tells 34 different stories about people who know how they will die. Prepare to have your tears jerked, your spine tingled, your funny bone tickled, your mind blown, your pulse quickened, or your heart warmed. Or better yet, simply prepare to be surprised. Because even when people do have perfect knowledge of the future, there's no telling exactly how things will turn out.

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