Sorry, Night Shade Books …

… but my ever-diligent USPS delivery driver crammed your latest batch of review titles so hard into my mailbox as to render them unreadable:

Seriously, try to open these pages:

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Comment by Slade Grayson
2010-08-20 10:04:05

Rod, what did you do to piss off your mailman?

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Comment by Rod Lott
2010-08-20 10:06:41

Well, he probably tires of having to haul a plastic bucket of packages up our sidewalk every day. Don’t know why he chose to jam this one in, because the rest were on our porch.

 
 
2010-08-20 10:17:34

OUCH! That spine pic looks painful! Poor books. Did you call and complain to his supervisor or something? Retarded actions such as this really light me up. I’d be fuming.

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Comment by Tom Johnson
2010-08-20 13:47:56

I just received a package in similar condition. Guess the workers are pushing for that “no delivery” on Saturday still. But wait, let’s raise the postage, give them all a jump in salary AND Saturdays off.

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Comment by Josh Jabcuga
2010-08-20 14:15:29

HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS WITH DEMONS by Graham Joyce. Read it in one day…a thing of beauty. Neil Gaiman meets Nick Hornby by way of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and Frank Capra. =)

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Comment by Bruce
2010-08-20 17:43:38

This is why I’m super friendly to my mailman who places my packages on my porch instead of cramming them in a little mail box.

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Comment by Nurita AT
2010-08-22 14:29:18

Just looking at them makes me want to charge that mailman for abuse or mutilation. 3 perfectly good books gone to waste. Seriously it should be made a crime!

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