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Graëlfire
Stephen Chamberlain
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Once again, the gentlemen over at Valancourt Books knocked their anthology out of the park-maybe even out of the state! Last ...
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The call today is timely since it lets me aim for a bingo! I'm planning on reading The Lamp of the Wicked by Phil Rickman. I'...
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Written in Red, like the books which follow it, are set in a universe where man is not the dominant predator. Our heroine, i...
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I finally finished my 900 page tome! I probably shouldn't talk about it like that since it's a reread and, if anything, I l...
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Whoa. I did not that that twist coming.
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I decided to place this on :
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Just when you think you know what's going on, she rips the rug right out from under you. A true master.
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I've been wrecking my brains most of today to figure out what to read for the Romantic Suspense square. As you you know, I a...
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One of the British Library Crime Classic anthologies recently published, this is a collection of - as the title says - short ...
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I can't stand reading horror, it sticks with me long after I've closed the book. But I had to read Poe in high school and hi...
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Portrait of Thomas Tayleur, First Marquess of Headfort (1782) by Pompeo Batoni [x]
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In the Cities of Coin and Spice is the sequel to In the Night Garden by Catherynne Valente. The books share the same structu...
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by Edith Wharton Victorian-style literature takes a bit of patience to enjoy. It is written in a distinctively wordy style ...
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by John Wyndham I didn't really know what to expect from this one apart from evil plants, so enjoyed the thrill of discover...
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Ugh, I'm so pissed off right now. I went to picmonkey to edit my bingo card only to discover that people who have an unpaid m...