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    2021:
    1. The Lottery and Other Stories, by Shirley Jackson
    2. The Wolf's Hour, by Robert R. McCammon
    3. The War of the Worlds, by H G Wells
    4. Red Dragon, by Thomas Harris (*)
    5. The Blade Itself, by Joe Abercrombie
    6. Before They Are Hanged, by Joe Abercrombie
    7. Last Argument of Kings, by Joe Abercrombie
    8. Comeback, by Richard Stark
    9. Backflash, by Richard Stark
    10. Flashfire, by Richard Stark
    11. Nineteen Eighty-Four, by George Orwell (*)
    12. Later, by Stephen King
    13. Let the Right One In, by John Ajvide Lindqvist
    14. Neuromancer, by William Gibson (*)
    15. Count Zero, by William Gibson (*)
    16. Mona Lisa Overdrive, by William Gibson (*)
    (*) denotes a reread.

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    2021 Book list

    1. Fourth of July Creek - Smith Henderson
    2. The Dirty South - John Connolly
    3. The System - Ryan Gattis
    4. The Vapors - David Hill
    5. Bone Chaser - Weston Ochse
    6. The Thursday Murder Club - Richard Osman
    7. The Coyotes of Carthage - Steven Wright
    8. Ink - Jonathan Maberry
    9. The Kingdom - Jo Nesbo
    10. The Nightworkers - Brian Selfon
    11. Suburban Gothic - Brian Keene & Bryan Smith
    12. Later - Stephen King
    13. The Minders - John Marrs
    14. A Station on the Path to Somewhere Better - Benjamin Wood
    15. Win - Harlan Coben
    16. Every Vow You Break - Peter Swanson
    17. Smoke - Joe Ide (really liked this one, great characters)
    18. Never Far Away - Michael Koryta
    19. Ocean Prey - John Sandford
    20. A Gambling Man - David Baldacci
    21. With Teeth - Brian Keene
    22. Stories for the Next Pandemic - Brian Keene
    23. Dead Clown Barbecue - Jeff Strand
    24. The Other Emily - Dean Koontz
    25. Dark Sky - CJ Box
    26. Let Her Lie - Bryan Reardon
    27. Nighthawking - Russ Thomas
    28. Sooley - John Grisham
    29. The Only Good Indians - Stephen Graham Jones
    30. The Best of Michael Marshall Smith
    31. Basilís War - Stephen Hunter
    32. Find You First - Linwood Barclay
    33. The Killing Hills - Chris Offutt
    34. Goblin - Josh Malerman
    35. Falling - TJ Newman
    36. Only Killers and Thieves - Paul Howarth
    37. Dust Off The Bones - Paul Howarth (reading)
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    well i updated my list

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    1. Tiamat's Wrath - James S. A. Corey
    2. Ender's Game - Orson Scott Card
    3. Speaker for the Dead - Orson Scott Card
    4. Xenocide - Orson Scott Card
    5. Children of the Mind - Orson Scott Card
    6. Ender's Shadow - Orson Scott Card
    7. Shadow of the Hegemon - Orson Scott Card
    8. Shadow Puppets - Orson Scott Card
    9. Shadow of the Giant - Orson Scott Card
    10. Ender in Exile - Orson Scott Card
    11. Shadows in Flight - Orson Scott Card
    12. The Anubis Gates - Tim Powers
    13. The Properties of Rooftop Air - Tim Powers
    14. Down and Out in Purgatory - Tim Powers

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    2021

    1. Whispers in the Mist - Darcy Coates
    2. Cujo - Stephen King
    3. Silence in the Shadows - Darcy Coates
    4. Bone White - Ronald Malfi
    5. Catherine House - Elisabeth Thomas
    6. The Snow - Flint Maxwell
    7. Underneath - Robbie Dorman
    8. Waiting Out Winter - Kelli Owen
    9. Autumn Bleeds Into Winter - Jeff Strand
    10. The Eleventh Floor - Shani Struthers
    11. The Lighthouse - Amy Cross
    12. Four Past Midnight - Stephen King
    13. Ghost Camera - Darcy Coates
    14. The Tale of Halcyon Crane - Wendy Webb
    15. Little One - Timothy Huguenin
    16. Relics - Tim Lebbon
    17. The Ghost of Old Coal House - Amy Cross
    18. Dead Lake - Darcy Coates
    19. The Arctic Fury - Greer Macallister
    20. Later - Stephen King
    21. End of Watch - Stephen King
    22. Five Nights in a Haunted Cabin - Tamara Thorne, Alistair Cross
    23. House of Leaves - Mark Z. Danielewski
    24. House of Shadows - Darcy Coates
    25. House of Secrets - Darcy Coates
    26. The Same Deep Water as You - Chad Lutzke
    27. Wormwood - Chad Lutzke, Tim Meyer
    28. The Elementals - Michael McDowell
    29. Moon Child - Gaby Triana
    30. The Lost Apothecary - Sarah Penner
    31. The Cliffhouse Haunting - Tamara Thorne, Alistair Cross
    32. Horrorstor - Grady Hendrix
    33. Fledgling - Octavia Butler
    34. The Boy in the Burgundy Hood - Steve Griffin
    35. Father of Lies - Sarah England
    36. The Four Winds - Kristin Hannah
    37. A Ghost Arrives - Abe Moss
    38. Quarter to Midnight - Darcy Coates
    39. The Outsider - Stephen King
    40. I Remember You: A Ghost Story - Yrsa Sigurdardottir
    41. Highgate - Shani Struthers
    42. Under the Wicked Moon - Abe Moss
    43. The Institute - Stephen King
    44. The Drowning King - Jennifer McMahon
    45. The Body at Auercliff - Amy Cross
    46. You Love Me - Caroline Kepnes
    47. Of Men and Monsters - Tom Deady
    48. The House Where She Died - Amy Cross
    49. Resistance: A Songwriters Story of Hope, Change, and Courage - Tori Amos
    50. The Wreckage of My Presence - Casey Wilson
    51. Stolen Tongues - Felix Blackwell
    52. Greenlights - Matthew McConaughey
    53. The Summer Girls - Mary Alice Monroe
    54. The Summer Wind - Mary Alice Monroe
    55. Thunderstruck - Eric Larsen
    56. Into the Drowning Deep - Mira Grant
    57. Gilchrist - Christian Galacar
    58. The Rural Diaries - Hilarie Burton Morgan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    How was Malignant Summer Cyber? It sounds interesting, plus I'm a sucker for a good coming of age book.

    Also how did you like Of Men and Monsters? I really enjoyed that one. Might actually be my favorite of his.
    Sorry for the late reply. I thought Malignant Summer was pretty good. If you're into coming of age horror you should enjoy it.

    I liked Of Men and Monsters but I guess I was hoping more for a "boy befriends monster" book based on the summary which it wasn't.


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    1. Midlisters by Kealan Patrick Burke
    2. The Body Will Follow by Rob E. Boley
    3. A Place for Sinners by Aaron Dries
    4. The Switch House by Tim Meyer
    5. 68 Kill by Bryan Smith
    6. Dark Hallows: 10 Halloween Haunts edited by Mark Parker
    7. The Reborn by Bryan Smith
    8. True Crime by Samantha Kolesnik
    9. Nevada-Tan by Leah Nanako Winkler
    10. The Shadow Year by Jeffrey Ford
    11. Later by Stephen King
    12. The Little Sleep by Paul Tremblay
    13. The Deep by Nick Cutter
    14. Gone to See the River Man by Kristopher Triana
    15. Of Men and Monsters by Tom Deady
    16. Malignant Summer by Tim Meyer
    17. Sour Candy by Kealan Patrick Burke
    18. The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix


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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    How was Malignant Summer Cyber? It sounds interesting, plus I'm a sucker for a good coming of age book.

    Also how did you like Of Men and Monsters? I really enjoyed that one. Might actually be my favorite of his.
    Sorry for the late reply. I thought Malignant Summer was pretty good. If you're into coming of age horror you should enjoy it.

    I liked Of Men and Monsters but I guess I was hoping more for a "boy befriends monster" book based on the summary which it wasn't.
    Great to hear, I've already got Malignant Summer on my kindle ready to go
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    i'm Curious for those who have read #50 or more books is that audio books or physical ?

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    1. The Fireman - Joe Hill
    2. Pines - Blake Crouch
    3. Wayward - Blake Crouch
    4. The Five - Robert McCammon
    5. The Last Town - Blake Crouch
    6. Greenlights - Matthew McConaughey
    7. Let The Right One In - John Ajvide Lindqvist
    8. Carrie - Stephen King
    9. Later - Stephen King
    10. Dark Matters - Blake Crouch
    11. Freedom Of The Mask - Robert McCammon
    12. Cardinal Black - Robert McCammon
    13. Duma Key - Stephen King (reread)
    14. The Silence - Tim Lebbon
    15. Replay - Ken Grimwood
    16. Gone South - Robert McCammon
    17. Project Hail Mary - Andy Weir
    18. Imaginary Friend - Stephen Chbosky (still trying to finish)
    19. Goblin - Josh Malerman
    20. The Martian - Andy Weir
    21. Horrorstor - Grady Hendrix
    22. The Only Good Indians - Stephen Graham Jones
    23. The Auctioneer - Joan Sampson
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    Quote Originally Posted by ratchet41 View Post
    i'm Curious for those who have read #50 or more books is that audio books or physical ?
    I do both. Almost half of my books this year have been audio. And a lot of the ones that I've been physically reading have been on the shorter side. I have an hour commute to work, and often times I'm able to listen while at work as well so I can usually fly through them.
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    oh okay i rarely listen to those as i always either read books on my kindle/tablet whatever the hell it's called now? or i read them on physical i rarely if ever listen to them on audio. though i do love the Dark Tower and Harry Potter audio books though

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