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Caesarea

HAL NIEDZVIECKI

Caesarea (ECW Press) by Tony Burgess. There's no better place to spend New Year's Eve than Caesarea, a small town on the shore of menacing Lake Scugog, a place to forget your troubles, relax, do a little fishing, settle into your lawn chair on the outskirts of the trailer park—and wait for Burgess to bring the world to an end. Caesarea is the grand finale of the Pontypool trilogy: sick, violent, perverse and very very funny. This is the novel to reassure you that whatever happens it really doesn't matter. We're just so many zombies wandering around with our heads chopped off. Sickest book of the year!

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HAL NIEDZVIECKI

Hal Niedzviecki is a writer, cultural commentator and editor. He is also the founder and fiction editor of Broken Pencil magazine. He lives in Toronto.


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