a novel by Sean Dixon, in which Toronto's Kensington Market becomes ground zero in a war of dark against dark.
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easchultz:

Blonde 4: Catherine Deneuve

“She had her hair in a slick ponytail that spilled gold threads over her shoulder, her face slightly turned toward me. It was last summer—oh god it was just last summer … She looked diaphanous.” —The Blondes

(Source: stephenkingmoney)

easchultz:

Blonde 4: Catherine Deneuve
“She had her hair in a slick ponytail that spilled gold threads over her shoulder, her face slightly turned toward me. It was last summer—oh god it was just last summer … She looked diaphanous.” —The Blondes

easchultz:

Blonde 4: Catherine Deneuve

“She had her hair in a slick ponytail that spilled gold threads over her shoulder, her face slightly turned toward me. It was last summer—oh god it was just last summer … She looked diaphanous.” —The Blondes

(Source: stephenkingmoney)


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