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This book started off so promising--it was creepy in a science fictiony 1900 kind of way.
And then it got weird. Not science fiction weird. More like Carl Sagan narrating a tour of the universe as imagined by some guy in 1900. For chapters and chapters and chapters.
And then it goes back to part one, kind of. But now the terror is caused by something completely different.
All in just 186 pages.
WHY OH WHY is this book on the 1001 list?