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Samba is a down-on-her-luck mare working as a dancer at a pub in downtown Baltimare to make ends meet. A chance encounter on the way home one night leads to her meeting Limbo, a private detective investigating a series of kidnappings. The two might have little in common, but a proactive mare like Limbo might be just the motivator Samba needs to get her life back on track and help improve her self-image.

So, working together, Samba and Limbo strike out to find the one responsible for the disappearances, as well as Limbo's murderer.

Oh, did I forget to mention that Limbo's a zombie? Because that's kinda important.

Chapters (15)
Comments ( 14 )

reading the summery, this has severe Near-Death Experiences vibes. That was a fantastic story by Hadles and this has that kind of vibe. It is for that reason I will keep this in a tab to lurk. I will give a much better review later!

So, working together, Samba and Limbo strike out to find the one responsible for the disappearances, as well as Limbo's murderer.

Oh, did I forget to mention that Limbo's a zombie? Because that's kinda important.

Let me guess: The guy who turned Limbo into a zombie is the same guy who is behind the string of abductions.

Solving those idiom twists is going to be very enjoyable

Can’t say I foresaw this development…

That, was really, really careless of them.

No words can express just how angry I am right now

After that cliffhanger in the last chapter I was dreading reading the next one. I put it off as long as possible, not wanting to have to experience the fall out of Pira being kidnapped. But my curiosity got the better of me, and now Limbo is in a sticky situation. Darn you Dee and your aptitude with god tier cliffhangers!

Keep it up

Why didn't you respond to my comment?

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Which comment? If you're talking about the one asking if this is a crossover, I did respond to that.

Well, that’s the endgame. Hopefully Poe still has access to her necromancy skills (another ten-year life loss or what?), though when all’s been said and done it’s Gust’s death that shocked me the most. It just seemed so random to kill characters off like this (in retrospect comedy stories with necromancy and without a Dark tag doesn’t automatically mean characters can’t die for real, I guess).

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