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Lio by Mark Tatulli for May 29, 2019

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    Baba27  10 months ago

    “There was a hand in the darkness, and it held a knife.” One of the best first sentences I’ve ever read.

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    Bilan  10 months ago

    Okay, somebody has to say it …

    They’re just dying to hear the story.

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    odd90745  10 months ago

    I also think Peter S. Beagle’s A Fine and Private Place would work.

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    jagedlo  10 months ago

    finally, a story time where Lio is appreciated and has a captive audience!

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    SquawkTron  10 months ago

    That book always sends chills down my spine.

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    johndifool  10 months ago

    Enter Sandman…

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    cooganm Premium Member 10 months ago

    Ooo, haven’t read that one. Have to give it a looky-loo.

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  10 months ago

    Make no bones about it, it’s dry reading, but Lio’s found a captive audience.

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    chris_weaver  10 months ago

    Afterwards, they might watch ‘Plan 9 from Outer Space’ together.

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    pcolli  10 months ago

    I lost my virginity in a cemetery……

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    poopsypoo Premium Member 10 months ago

    Awwww! Sweet little boy reading to his friends in the graveyard!

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    Pharmakeus Ubik  10 months ago

    Normally they’d prefer something by Edward Gorey.

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    Sisyphos  10 months ago

    Nothing like an appreciative audience to cheer the heart of a Storyteller! Bravo, Lio, for knowing your audience, too….

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    Homeward Premium Member 10 months ago

    Lio and his pals might also enjoy “Johnny and the Dead” by Gaiman’s friend and fellow “Good Omens” author, the late, wonderful Terry Pratchett.

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    Jonathan Bridge Premium Member 10 months ago

    Check out Disney’s “Skeleton Dance” and Ub Iwerks’ “Skeleton Frolic”. Great stuff!

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