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Trick or treat? In this case, definitely treat: the spine-chilling cover and the wonderfully written and eerily terrific Halloween tale by Karl Edward Wagner was certainly a better way to begin the Halloween weekend than gnawing on candy corn and hard caramel candies. [“Where the Summer Ends,” Oct. 29, 2009] It was just ghoulishly special.

Chad Sexton


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