I just finished reading Eumenides in the Fourth Floor Lavatory by Orson Scott Card. This is the first Card story I've ever read. He was recommended to me by Zondervan editor Andy Meisenheimer (who, by the way is now posting at The Master's Artist.) Andy actually suggested I read Ender's Game and I did buy it,but I also bought The Changed Man, a collection of short stories. It would have helped if I'd known what a Eumenides were before I read the first story. It was creepy. I tried looking up Eumenides at Babylon.com (an online dictionary and translation software company looking for authors to pen "Greek Mythology and General Philosophy" articles.) This Eumenide-thing in the Card story had the face of an infant and the main character found it in a toilet, like someone had tried to flush it away. He pulls it out and then commences the creepiness. Turns out in the end to be more of a psychological story than a horror or sci-fi. It was quite enough to keep me reading.
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