by Tom Lichtenberg, John Lichtenberg
Publisher: Feedbooks 2011
Number of pages: 86
Four people are selected, seemingly at random, by an invisible being who communicates to them through wild animals. They are told they must go somewhere, find something, take it somewhere and do something with it. This is all they know. The thing, whatever it is, could be anything, and it could be anywhere.
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