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26 June 2015 - 02:08 By Sylvia McKeown

A sequel is often a diluted version of its predecessor, showcasing only a hint of the magic that made the audience want to come back for seconds in the first place. But every so often we're lucky enough to happen upon a sequel that not only still holds the wonder of the original but surpasses it.Back to the Future 2 is a case in point, and now we have We Didn't Come to Hell for the Croissants: Seven Deadly New Stories for Consenting Adults, the sequel to The Epicene Butcher.

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