Ek-sen-trik-kuh Discordia: The Tales of Shamlicht is in trouble all over again.
The latest challenge to the book’s legality comes not from a small town Texas police department. It doesn’t come from a big city Texas police department either, and it’s not from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. This time, it’s an entirely new group that’s making the challenge: Discordians.
“Discordians?” Yes. “Plagiarism” has now been added to the list of charges against the book. But the charges are vague.
“This book contains work that was plagiarized….”
“This book contains works penned by several of my personal friends….’
“You can read a lot of this free on the internet. That’s where Loveshade got it. Without permission.”
Interestingly, none of them mention any actual names of pieces or people. Also interesting, none of them have “Amazon Verified Purchase” under their names, meaning they might–or might not–have seen the book.
Now if only this tempest in a teapot would explode to the point the general public would see it. That would be something.
But are the claims true? Get the book and see for yourself: http://www.amazon.com/Ek-sen-trik-kuh-Discordia-The-Tales-Shamlicht/product-reviews/1937536181/