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You would not have touched this booklet along with your naked hands.

NO, do not placed it down. it truly is too overdue.

They're staring at you.

My identify is David Wong. My ally is John. these names are faux. you need to switch yours.

You would possibly not need to know concerning the issues you are going to learn on those pages, approximately the sauce, approximately Korrok, in regards to the invasion, and the longer term. yet it truly is too overdue. You touched the publication. you are within the online game. you are less than the eye.

The basically protection is wisdom. you must learn John Dies on the End, to the top. Even the half with the bratwurst. Why? you simply need to belief me.

The vital factor is this:

The drug is named Soy Sauce and it offers clients a window into one other size.

John and that i by no means had the opportunity to decline.

You nonetheless do.

Unfortunately for us, for those who make the correct selection, we will have a far more durable time explaining easy methods to fight off the otherworldly invasion at the moment threatening to enslave humanity.

i am sorry to have concerned you during this, i actually am. yet as you examine those negative occasions and the very dark epoch the area is set to go into accordingly, it will be important you retain something in brain:

None of this is often was once my fault.

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Why hadn’t I stuck on ahead of? I had a whole 1. seventy eight seconds sooner than the detective may step throughout the door. the single cause we'd often understand that span as being a quick period of time is as the rainy mechanism of bodies easily can’t accomplish a great deal in that span. yet a supercomputer can do over one thousand billion mathematical equations in a single moment. To that laptop, one moment is a life-time, an eternity. accelerate how a lot pondering you are able to do in seconds and seconds turns into mins, or hours or trillion years. 1. seventy four seconds until eventually war of words time now, my physique and the physique of my nemesis frozen within the second, on contrary aspects of the door, he together with his hand at the knob, me on palms and knees in suspended pain. ok. i wished a plan. I took a second to mentally step again, to evaluate my state of affairs. imagine. you're status at the skinny, cool crust of a big ball of molten rock hurtling via frozen house at 496,105 miles an hour. There are 62,284,523,196,522,717, 995,422,922,727,752,433,961,225,994,352,284,523,196,571,657,791,521,592, 192,954,221,592,175,243,396,122,599,435,291,541,293,739,852,734,657,229 subatomic debris within the universe, every one set into outward movement in the intervening time of the massive Bang. therefore, even if you progress your correct arm now, or nod your head, or decide to devour Fruity Pebbles or Corn Flakes subsequent Thursday morning, was once all made up our minds in the meanwhile the universe crashed into life seventeen billion years in the past end result of the movement and trajectory of these debris on the first millisecond of actual life. hence it's bodily most unlikely that you can deviate— I by no means complete this inspiration. i used to be now not within the trailer. sunlight. Sand. A desolate tract. was once I useless? I seemed round, observed not anything of curiosity other than brown and brown and brown, spanning from horizon to horizon. God’s sandbox. What now? i presumed of John’s ramblings his first hours at the sauce, asserting he saved falling out of the time movement, every little thing overlapping. I observed circulation at my ft. A beetle, trundling alongside within the sand. I figured this could suggest anything, so I watched it, it because it inched alongside the desolate tract flooring. This went on for about hours, the trojan horse heading progressively in a single path. I had began to shape a thought that this beetle used to be a few form of Indian-vision spirit consultant intended to guide me to my destiny—then it stopped. It stayed in a single spot for approximately part an hour, then circled and started crawling again the opposite course. In a blink, i used to be in other places. A chain-link fence. Brown, useless grass. humans round me, in rags like refugees. This was once getting ridiculous. I stood there for a second, baffled. I remembered John back and was resolute to maintain my head, to hold on till the stuff wore off. I regarded down and observed i used to be maintaining a fork, my hand stained with a grey airborne dirt and dust, like ash. a bit woman approached me. She used to be deformed, filthy, a great bite of her face lacking. One eye. She studied me, then ran up, kneed me within the groin and wrenched the fork from my hand.

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