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Inside The Box is a novel by [[@/{{mrangel}} Angel Wedge]], currently available [[http://smarturl.it/whitebox on Kindle]] and [[https://mybook.to/insidethebox paperback]]. It is unrelated to [[Series/InsideTheBox the Canadian game show of the same name]].

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Inside The Box is a novel by [[@/{{mrangel}} Angel Wedge]], currently available [[http://smarturl.it/whitebox on Kindle]] and [[https://mybook.to/insidethebox paperback]]. It is unrelated to both [[Series/InsideTheBox the Canadian game show show]] and the [[Website/InsideTheBox Youtube gaming series]] of the same name]].
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Inside The Box is a novel by [[@/{{mrangel}} Angel Wedge]], currently available [[http://smarturl.it/whitebox on Kindle]] and [[https://mybook.to/insidethebox paperback]].

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Inside The Box is a novel by [[@/{{mrangel}} Angel Wedge]], currently available [[http://smarturl.it/whitebox on Kindle]] and [[https://mybook.to/insidethebox paperback]].
paperback]]. It is unrelated to [[Series/InsideTheBox the Canadian game show of the same name]].



Possibly ReferenceOverdosed; though the author still has no idea if anyone will spot most of them.

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Possibly ReferenceOverdosed; though the author still has no idea if anyone will spot most of them. Among other things, there are several chapters that share titles with books written by the author's friends.


Inside The Box is a novel by [[@/{{mrangel}} Angel Wedge]], currently available [[http://smarturl.it/whitebox on Kindle]] (with a paperback release coming soon).

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Inside The Box is a novel by [[@/{{mrangel}} Angel Wedge]], currently available [[http://smarturl.it/whitebox on Kindle]] (with a paperback release coming soon).
and [[https://mybook.to/insidethebox paperback]].

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Inside The Box is a novel by [[@/{{mrangel}} Angel Wedge]], currently available [[http://smarturl.it/whitebox on Kindle]] (with a paperback release coming soon).

There are all kinds of things the public doesn't need to know about. Ancient technology, magical tomes, mad scientists' creations, and other things that just don't fit into the way we want the world to work. The White Boxes were set up to contain these objects until people are more ready to deal with them, and to make sure that monster hunters have access to the resources they need to face any new threats.

A previous collection of short stories, [[https://smarturl.it/whiteboxes Unboxed]], detailed some White Boxes and the things that can be found there. But this novel features an EnsembleCast dealing with a threat to the White Boxes themselves.

Possibly ReferenceOverdosed; though the author still has no idea if anyone will spot most of them.

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