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2 books of J. Langland

Turns Out: The "Demon Weed" actually IS a Gateway Drug!

Who knew? Tom Perkinje certainly didn't. He had never smoked anything in his life, but as the new kid in town trying to make friends he foolishly let his new buddy Reggie talk him into trying a joint that he'd picked up from a new dealer.

Before he knew it, Tom was having a seriously bad trip; a total out of body experience where the world had dissolved around him. The next thing Tom knew, there were these deranged myopic wizards from some place called Astlan calling on him in some sort of pig Latin mumbo jumbo. They had somehow mistaken Tom for a demon! He tried to flee but the wizards were relentless and were determined to conjure him into their world and bind him as their demon slave for all of eternity!

And these crazy wizards? Turns out they were going to war and planned to use their new demon slave as a secret weapon to obliterate the enemy!

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Jenn was a . . .

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The Demon Weed:

Like any normal High School student, Tom Perkinje had pretty much ignored all the BS from the "Just Say No" crowd when it came to the dangers of pot. He hadn't ever smoked any weed, but he knew plenty of people that did. Thus it was no big deal when his new friend Reggie offered him a joint of this new stuff he'd gotten in Manhattan.

After all, the whole reason he was at this party was that being the new kid in town, he wanted to make some friends. Try something different from staying at home playing video games and reading science fiction and fantasy novels. No big deal, right?

Well…no that “special” joint gave Tom a buzz more like what he’d thought acid would do than pot. A few puffs in and he'd gotten this massive case of tunnel vision where the entire party seemed to be happening at the other end of a long tunnel; soon he was having this weird out of body experience looking down at himself. Within minutes, he seemed to be floating, bodiless in a . . .

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