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Doomed School

Book Description
From childhood memories to old accounts told by survivors, Doomed School is a remarkably clean, goofy, frightening, and young teen collection of stories about possible tragedies we overlook on a daily basis. After reading this, young readers may seek to reproof their many walks of life for the better, as Ashaki Boelter encourages through wild and strange, but entertaining short stories.
Book Information
PublisherShakalot High Entertainment
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages218
Publication Date10/01/2010
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About Ashaki Boelter (Author) : Ashaki Boelter grew up in the Bay Area in California- San Francisco, Richmond, and Vallejo. He currently writes from Portland, Oregon... making his repute synonymous with wild and crazy stories. He's ... more
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About Shakalot High (In-house) (Editor) : Shakalot High (In-house) is a published editor of adult books. A published credit of Shakalot High (In-house) is Shut em' Down Series #1: Enough is... Enough.
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12/14/2010 Ashaki Boelter said:
This wonderful pre-teen to teen book captures the best of my previous titles Diaries of the Doomed and Fate of the Fatal. It had to be updated, with newer stories in addition to make one of this year's most underrated and unusual books to tackle youth in their own wordings. After bad government, 9... more

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