Dear Professor Bradshaw,
I took your advice and attempted to destroy the book but met with minimal success. The book is now, unsurprisingly, in a raging temper, and I have lost a fair quantity of blood.
I am currently at home recuperating whilst I take a step back and assess the situation. The book remains under heavy wards.
Should you have any further advice or questions, I would be interested to speak with you. I remain,
Paul E. Graves
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