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    1. A Head Full Of Ghosts - Paul Tremblay
    2. On Writing - Stephen King (reread)
    3. Black Mad Wheel - Josh Malerman
    4. The Shuddering - Ania Ahlborn
    5. Blaze - Richard Bachman
    6. Swan Song -Robert McCammon
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    2020

    01. Periphery - Michael Winter
    02. Different Seasons - Stephen King *
    03. Rosemary's Baby - Ira Levin
    04. The Shuddering - Ania Ahlborn
    05. Gwendy's Button Box - Stephen King & Richard Chizmar
    06. 'Salems Lot - Stephen King *
    07. Muse - James Renner
    08. Carrie - Stephen King *
    09. Full Throttle - Joe Hill
    10. The Wide Carnivorous Sky & Monstrous Geographies - John Langan
    11. Misery - Stephen King *
    12. The Cabin At The End Of The World - Paul Tremblay
    13. The Bird Eater - Ania Ahlborn
    14. The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy -Douglas Adams *
    15. Roger Waters The Man Behind The Wall - Dave Thompson
    16. The Painted Darkness - Brian James Freeman
    17. Cheeseboy - Graham Masterton
    18. Little Heaven - Nick Cutter
    19. The Bank - Bentley Little
    20. The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon - Stephen King
    21. Touch The Night - Max Booth III
    22. Bitters - Kaaron Warren
    23. Aliens: Phalanx - Scott Sigler
    24. If It Bleeds - Stephen King
    25. The Devil Crept In - Ania Ahlborn
    26. The Road - Cormac McCarthy
    27. The Nostalgia Society of Bright Lake, Kentucky - David Bell
    28. IT - Stephen King *

    (* reread)

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    2020:
    1. A Small Town in Germany, by John le Carré
    2. Natchez Burning, by Greg Iles
    3. I am Legend, by Richard Matheson
    4. Seed, by Ania Ahlborn
    5. Ayoade on Top, by Richard Ayoade
    6. The Bone Tree, by Greg Iles
    7. The Peripheral, by William Gibson (*)
    8. Agency, by William Gibson
    9. The Seventh, by Richard Stark
    10. The Handle, by Richard Stark
    11. The Rare Coin Score, by Richard Stark
    12. Mississippi Blood, by Greg Iles
    13. Canal Dreams, by Iain Banks
    14. The Girl Who Lived Twice, by David Lagercrantz (current)
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    Baoshu - The Redemption of Time
    2. Steve Rasnic Tem - Everything Is Fine Now
    3. Norman Prentiss - In the Best Stories...
    4. T.E.D. Klein - The Ceremonies
    5. Brian Keene - Urban Gothic
    6. William Ollie - Killercon
    7. Philip K. Dick - Valis
    8. Gene Wolfe - Empires of Foliage and Flower

    9. Tim Lebbon - Mesmer
    10. Cormac McCarthy - The Road*
    11. Edward Bryant & Harlan Ellison - Phoenix Without Ashes
    12. Neal Stephenson - Atmosphaera Incognita
    13. James Blaylock & Tim Powers - The Devils in the Details

    14. Jeff Vandermeer - Borne
    15. Ira Levin - Rosemary's Baby
    16. Jack Vance - City of the Chasch
    17. Martha Wells - All Systems Red (Murderbot Diaries 1)
    18. Arthur Machen - The Great God Pan
    19. Jack Vance - Servants of the Wankh
    20. Jack Vance - The Dirdir
    21. Jack Vance - The Pnume
    22. H.P. Lovecraft - At the Mountains of Madness

    23. Frank Herbert - The Collected Stories of Frank I

    1. Kentaro Miura - Berserk deluxe Vol. 2
    2. Sergio Toppi - The Collected Toppi Vol. 2: North America
    3. Cullen Bunn - Bone Parish Vol. 1
    4. Warren Ellis - Cemetery Beach

    5. Junji Ito - No Longer Human
    6. Jeff Lemire - Ascender Vol. 1
    7. Sergio Toppi - The Collected Toppi Vol. 3: South America
    8. Kentaro Miura - Berserk deluxe hc vol. 3
    9. Kazuo Umezz - The Drifting Classroom vol. 2
    10. Cullen Bunn - Cold Spots vol. 1

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    1. The Stand (audio) SK/Grover Gardner 5/4
    2. Diary of a Madman - Guy de Maupassant (5)
    3. For Whom the Bell Tolls - Hemingway (5)
    4. Dracula (audio) Stoker/Christopher Saul 5/4
    5. The Clan of the Cave Bear - Jean Auel 5+
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    I’ve listened to that Stand audio and quite liked it. Did you enjoy it?
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    2011 List
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    2020 List:

    1. The Institute - Stephen King
    2. About Writing - Gareth Powell
    3. Dark Matter - Michelle Paver
    4. The Pandora Room - Christopher Golden
    5. Full Throttle - Joe Hill (currently reading)
    "No, my friend, not you. You don’t belong here. Come with me. You belong with the special ones." - Octavio Coleman Esq.

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    2020

    1. Jimmy the Freak - Charles Colyott and Mark Steensland
    2. Woman in White - Kristen Dearborn
    3. The Castle of Otranto - Horace Walpole
    4. Little Women - Louisa May Alcott
    5. Voices in the Snow - Darcy Coates
    6. Salems Lot - Stephen King
    7. Hazards of Time Travel - Joyce Carol Oates
    8. Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube - Blair Braverman
    9. The Invited - Jennifer McMahon
    10. The Winter Over - Matthew Iden
    11. The Night Sister - Jennifer McMahon
    12. Where the Dead Go to Die - Aaron Dries, Mark Allan Gunnells
    13. Double Indemnity - James M. Cain
    14. Locke & Key (Vol 1-6) - Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez
    15. The Yeti - Rick Chesler, Jack Douglas
    16. The Small Hand - Susan Hill
    17. We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Susan Hill
    18. Inspection - Josh Malerman
    19. Different Seasons - Stephen King
    20. Survivor Song - Paul Tremblay
    21. The Hot Zone - Richard Preston
    22. In the Valley, Where Belladonna Grows - Tim Lebbon
    23. Pay the Ghost - Tim Lebbon
    24. Of Foster Homes and Flies - Chad Lutzke
    25. Hell House - Richard Matheson
    26. The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires - Grady Hendrix
    Only the gentle are ever really strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    3. The Castle of Otranto - Horace Walpole
    I don't think I had ever seen anyone who read it. How is it? Readable? should bears give it a try?

    Ask not what bears can do for you, but what you can do for bears. (razz)
    When one is in agreement with bears one is always correct. (mae)

    bears are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    It was a quick read. I enjoyed it, and it was much faster paced than I was expecting. That said, it was a bit preposterous, and I wouldn't rush to read it.
    Only the gentle are ever really strong.

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    preposterous is ok (I totally expect it to be), provided it is not boring

    Ask not what bears can do for you, but what you can do for bears. (razz)
    When one is in agreement with bears one is always correct. (mae)

    bears are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Oh no, its very action packed. If you read it, please let me know what you think.
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    Past Year Links:
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    2020:
    1. A Small Town in Germany, by John le Carré
    2. Natchez Burning, by Greg Iles
    3. I am Legend, by Richard Matheson
    4. Seed, by Ania Ahlborn
    5. Ayoade on Top, by Richard Ayoade
    6. The Bone Tree, by Greg Iles
    7. The Peripheral, by William Gibson (*)
    8. Agency, by William Gibson
    9. The Seventh, by Richard Stark
    10. The Handle, by Richard Stark
    11. The Rare Coin Score, by Richard Stark
    12. Mississippi Blood, by Greg Iles
    13. Canal Dreams, by Iain Banks
    14. The Pursuit of the Pankera, by Robert A. Heinlein .
    15. The Girl Who Lived Twice, by David Lagercrantz (current)
    (Slow month this month)

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    So far this year as of 5/13/20

    1. The Art of Racing in the Rain, by Garth Stein
    2. Finding Chika, by Mitch Albom
    3. The Timekeeper, by Mitch Albom
    4. The Dead Room, (Trilogy Book 1) by SM Erikson
    5. Princess of Death, Curse of the Pirate (Book 1), by Courtney Pearson
    6. Go Set A Watchman, Harper Lee
    7. Damage and Dread, by Kevin Quigley
    8. We're All In This Together, by Owen King
    9. Dreamlike States, by Brian Freeman
    10. Blindfold, by Kevin J. Anderson
    11. The Mailman, by Bentley Little
    12. The Handyman, by Bentley Little
    13. The Painted Darkness, by Brian Freeman
    14. Gorilla in My Room, by Jack Ketchum
    15. If It Bleeds, by Stephen King
    16. Slaughterhouse Five, by Kurt Vonnegut
    17. The Long Road Home, by Richard Chizmar
    18. Wild Pitch, by Cal Ripken Jr.
    19. Wild Things, Four Tales, by Douglas Clegg
    20. Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley
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    1. A Head Full Of Ghosts - Paul Tremblay
    2. On Writing - Stephen King (reread)
    3. Black Mad Wheel - Josh Malerman
    4. The Shuddering - Ania Ahlborn
    5. Blaze - Richard Bachman
    6. Swan Song -Robert McCammon
    7. Disappearance At Devil's Rock - Paul Tremblay
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    How did you like Disappearance at Devil's Rock? While it's not my favorite book of his, it's one that still haunts me to this day when I think about it.
    Only the gentle are ever really strong.

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    I loved Cabin and Ghosts. Disappearance at Devil's Rock was just ok. Didn’t have a lot of meat to it. I guess I expected so much more because of the other two I read. His character development was still great in it. I am really looking forward to his new one, Survivor Song.
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    Disappearance was very different than his other books. But there were some really haunting images in that one for me.
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    The rock and the apartment still really stand out to me, and seriously creep me out when I think about them.

    I got ahold of an arc of Survivor Song and really enjoyed it. I'd definitely recommend it, especially if you've enjoyed his other books.
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    I already ordered the SST version and the normal US 1st/1st
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    2020

    1. Jimmy the Freak - Charles Colyott and Mark Steensland
    2. Woman in White - Kristen Dearborn
    3. The Castle of Otranto - Horace Walpole
    4. Little Women - Louisa May Alcott
    5. Voices in the Snow - Darcy Coates
    6. Salems Lot - Stephen King
    7. Hazards of Time Travel - Joyce Carol Oates
    8. Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube - Blair Braverman
    9. The Invited - Jennifer McMahon
    10. The Winter Over - Matthew Iden
    11. The Night Sister - Jennifer McMahon
    12. Where the Dead Go to Die - Aaron Dries, Mark Allan Gunnells
    13. Double Indemnity - James M. Cain
    14. Locke & Key (Vol 1-6) - Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez
    15. The Yeti - Rick Chesler, Jack Douglas
    16. The Small Hand - Susan Hill
    17. We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Susan Hill
    18. Inspection - Josh Malerman
    19. Different Seasons - Stephen King
    20. Survivor Song - Paul Tremblay
    21. The Hot Zone - Richard Preston
    22. In the Valley, Where Belladonna Grows - Tim Lebbon
    23. Pay the Ghost - Tim Lebbon
    24. Of Foster Homes and Flies - Chad Lutzke
    25. Hell House - Richard Matheson
    26. The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires - Grady Hendrix
    27. Coleridge - Tom Deady
    28. Secrets in the Dark - Darcy Coates
    29. The Stepford Wives - Ira Levin
    30. Out Behind the Barn - John Boden, Chad Lutzke
    31. The Carrow Haunt - Darcy Coates
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    1. Imaginary Friend—Stephen Chbosky (5/10)
    2. Night Show—Richard Laymon (6/10)
    3. In the Heart of the Fire—Dean Koontz (7/10)
    4. Pressure—Brian Keene (6/10)
    5. The Cape: Fallen—Jason Ciaramella (8/10)
    6. Brother—Ania Ahlborn (10/10)
    7. If It Bleeds—Stephen King (7/10)
    8. The Bank—Bentley Little

    It's been a somewhat disappointing year so far, but Brother has definitely been the highlight. It was my first Ahlborn book, but I'll be checking out more of her work soon!

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    2020:
    1. A Small Town in Germany, by John le Carré
    2. Natchez Burning, by Greg Iles
    3. I am Legend, by Richard Matheson
    4. Seed, by Ania Ahlborn
    5. Ayoade on Top, by Richard Ayoade
    6. The Bone Tree, by Greg Iles
    7. The Peripheral, by William Gibson (*)
    8. Agency, by William Gibson
    9. The Seventh, by Richard Stark
    10. The Handle, by Richard Stark
    11. The Rare Coin Score, by Richard Stark
    12. Mississippi Blood, by Greg Iles
    13. Canal Dreams, by Iain Banks
    14. The Pursuit of the Pankera, by Robert A. Heinlein
    15. The Girl Who Lived Twice, by David Lagercrantz
    16. The Green Eagle Score, by Richard Stark
    17. The Black Ice Score, by Richard Stark
    18. The Sour Lemon Score, by Richard Stark
    I'm unsure what to start next; I have three short story collections in the TBR queue, but I don't want to read them back-to-back. So I'll probably start with one, and have a novel lined up to read after.

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    1. A Head Full Of Ghosts - Paul Tremblay
    2. On Writing - Stephen King (reread)
    3. Black Mad Wheel - Josh Malerman
    4. The Shuddering - Ania Ahlborn
    5. Blaze - Richard Bachman
    6. Swan Song -Robert McCammon
    7. Disappearance At Devil's Rock - Paul Tremblay
    8. Speaks The Nightbird - Robert McCammon. WOW!!!
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    1. After Midnight by Richard Laymon
    2. Of Foster Homes and Flies by Chad Lutzke
    3. The Pale White by Chad Lutzke
    4. Bone White by Ronald Malfi
    5. When Darkness Loves Us by Elizabeth Engstrom
    6. Ghoul by Brian Keene
    7. Kin by Patrick Kealan Burke
    8. Ungirls by Lauren Beukes
    9. Out Behind the Barn by Chad Lutzke and John Boden
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    1. A Head Full Of Ghosts - Paul Tremblay
    2. On Writing - Stephen King (reread)
    3. Black Mad Wheel - Josh Malerman
    4. The Shuddering - Ania Ahlborn
    5. Blaze - Richard Bachman
    6. Swan Song -Robert McCammon
    7. Disappearance At Devil's Rock - Paul Tremblay
    8. Speaks The Nightbird - Robert McCammon. WOW!!!
    Yeah, speaks the night bird is pretty great, isn’t it? It was my first McCammon novel, and by the second chapter I knew that I was reading something pretty special, by an author who really knew what he was doing. I hope you continue with the series.
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