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Aren't smart, feisty, sarcastic protagonists pretty much the default in genre fiction nowadays? From that baseline you move up to…
COMMENT My highest recommendation!
that's what I was thinking. It looks like an intriguing story, seriously.
COMMENT Ha! That's funny! Doing the ol' invisible box shtick, right?
I mean, he looks scared, but he could also be an apprentice mime.