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Zev, a student from a Midwestern college, is in Prague for his friend's bachelor party. Having heard the story while shopping at the Synagogue's gift shop, Zev decides that he must break into the attic and see the legendary Golem of Prague for himself.

What he finds, however, is something completely unexpected... More
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban
  • Words: 5,160
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781466097605
About Todd Maternowski

Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Todd studied Ancient Near Eastern religion and early Judeo-Christianity at the University of Chicago before heading into the real world. He has since worked as a ballroom dance instructor, bass player, mediator, credit specialist, art preparator, janitor, journalist, copy editor, armored car money counter, mambo dancer and satirist. He lives in Dallas, Texas with his hyper-creative wife and two tiny terrors.

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Review by: James Grinnell on April 29, 2013 :
I tend to think that if I'm not left scratching my head, slightly confused, I wasn't paying attention. I do believe that's a good bit of the magic of Todd M'r F'n Maternowski's writing & I rather enjoy it.
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Review by: Ahmed on Aug. 28, 2011 :
A short story that doesn't really give much of a backstory, and an attempt (Quan's story) wasn't very satisfactory. It's also got a mildly confusing ending.
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Review by: Jeffrey Ober on Aug. 17, 2011 :
Quite a nice short book. I, too, liked the flow of the story and the rather surprise ending -- well, at least it wasn't what I was expecting.
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Review by: hooraymilk on July 15, 2011 : (no rating)
Excellent story. I enjoyed it! Had a nice creep factor a la Reverend Henry Kane from the second Poltergeist movie. It went along at a nice pace and kept me entertained throughout. And if I learn at least one new word through the course of reading something, I consider it worth my time, so bonus.
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