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Violent lives.

Violent lives.

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I've actually managed to read the entire book. It started as a kind of self-inflicted "you quit reading, you lose" challenge but by the end, it was more just an endurance test to see if I could force myself to read though a bunch of depraved shit that bothered me more than it entertained me.