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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
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    Are you still doing your winter reads, Heather? Any new favorites to recommend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
    Are you still doing your winter reads, Heather? Any new favorites to recommend?
    I absolutely loved The Ghost of Old Coal House. That's a good one to read at Christmastime as that's when it takes place. It's written in a similar style to an old English ghost story. Very atmospheric. I also really enjoyed Autumn Bleeds Into Winter, but that's not limited to winter. Bone White was also good. It's one that I think would make an excellent tv series. The other winter horrors I read were just meh and I wouldn't recommend them.
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    2021

    01. Within These Walls - Ania Ahlborn
    02. 20th Century Ghosts - Joe Hill
    03. Falling Angel - William Hjortsberg
    04. The Gunslinger - Stephen King *
    05. Suffer The Children - John Saul
    06. Let The Right One In - John Ajvide Lindqvist
    07. The Last Human - Zack Jordan
    08. Wayward - Blake Crouch
    09. Later - Stephen King
    10. HorrorstŲr - Grady Hendrix
    11. Clowns vs Spiders - Jeff Strand
    12. God Machine - Greg F. Gifune

    (* re-read)
    Looking for Suntup Brother ARC and Suntup Seed ARC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    I absolutely loved The Ghost of Old Coal House. That's a good one to read at Christmastime as that's when it takes place. It's written in a similar style to an old English ghost story. Very atmospheric. I also really enjoyed Autumn Bleeds Into Winter, but that's not limited to winter. Bone White was also good. It's one that I think would make an excellent tv series. The other winter horrors I read were just meh and I wouldn't recommend them.
    I looked up all three of those and they sound good! I added them to my list. Maybe I'll get to them for next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky View Post
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    I absolutely loved The Ghost of Old Coal House. That's a good one to read at Christmastime as that's when it takes place. It's written in a similar style to an old English ghost story. Very atmospheric. I also really enjoyed Autumn Bleeds Into Winter, but that's not limited to winter. Bone White was also good. It's one that I think would make an excellent tv series. The other winter horrors I read were just meh and I wouldn't recommend them.
    I looked up all three of those and they sound good! I added them to my list. Maybe I'll get to them for next year.
    I bought a couple more this year that I haven't gotten to yet. I might hold onto them for next winter. Problem is I'm dying to read both, so we'll see if I can wait
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    2021

    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

    Gotta say Later is amazing. One of his top 10ís to me.
    Wish List:
    Any of the following flatsigned or inscribed-
    It, Shining, Salemís Lot, Mr. Mercedes, The Stand
    Brother ARC, Seed ARC
    1st/1st UK's of The Cuckoo's Calling, The Silkworm, Career of Evil, Lethal White, Troubled Blood

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    How did you like Dark Matter? And have you read Recursion yet? I highly recommend that one if you haven't read it yet. It's one of my favorites by him.
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    Just into Dark Matterand liking it a lot. I got it and Recursion for Xmas so it is on the read list for some point soon.
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    1st/1st UK's of The Cuckoo's Calling, The Silkworm, Career of Evil, Lethal White, Troubled Blood

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    1. Midlisters by Patrick Kealan 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


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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
    "I fancy it's the limitation to a thousand copies that is the chief charm and value of an edition deluxe. I don't expect to read this edition deluxe myself, although you needn't tell that to anybody else. Frankly, you know, I don't suppose that anybody ever reads an edition deluxe. No one puts bric-a-brac to any very practical purpose. There's some human instinct which makes a man treasure what he is not to make any use of, because everybody does not possess it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    How did you like Dark Matter? And have you read Recursion yet? I highly recommend that one if you haven't read it yet. It's one of my favorites by him.
    Dark Matter. WOW. Loved it, better than the Pines trilogy. I will end up reading most if not all of his stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrell View Post
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    How did you like Dark Matter? And have you read Recursion yet? I highly recommend that one if you haven't read it yet. It's one of my favorites by him.
    Dark Matter. WOW. Loved it, better than the Pines trilogy. I will end up reading most if not all of his stuff.
    I think Wayward Pines is still my favorite. Loved Dark Matter too but I enjoyed Recursion even more. I can't wait for a new book by him
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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

    Just replenished my TBR pile by ordering the following:

    13. Smoke - Joe Ide
    14. The Killing Choice - Will Shindler
    15. The Minders - John Marrs
    16. The Station on the Path to Somewhere Better - Benjamin Wood
    17. Night hawking - Russ Thomas
    18. Never Far Away - Michael Koryta
    19. Every Vow You Break - Peter Swanson
    20. Dark Sky - CJ Box
    21. Let Her Lie - Bryan Reardon

    And have The Best of Michael Marshall Smith on the way from Sub Press. Canít wait!
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    1. Legion - William Peter Blatty - 3
    2. BFG (audio) Rhoald Dahl/David Walliams - 5/5
    3. The Servants of Twilight(audio) Koontz/Angela Dahl 5/3
    4. Night Shift -SK-5+
    5. Prelude to Foundation - Isaac Asimov 4
    6. Salt to the Sea - Rita Sepatys -5
    7. All Quiet on the Western Front -Erich Remarque -5+
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    1. Midlisters by Patrick Kealan 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


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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 (current)
    (*) denotes a reread.

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    2021

    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

    The Matthew Corbett series is beyond amazing. Maybe even surpasses Dark Tower IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    1. Midlisters by Patrick Kealan 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
    How was The Shadow Year? I've had that on my to-read list for awhile now.
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    It was kind of like Boyís Life by Robert McCammon in that itís a lot of episodic vignettes with an overarching mystery. If you like one youíll like the other. It wasnít as good as I thought it would be but it was a decent read.


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    Thanks, I loved Boy's Life. I'll have to bump it up 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
    "I fancy it's the limitation to a thousand copies that is the chief charm and value of an edition deluxe. I don't expect to read this edition deluxe myself, although you needn't tell that to anybody else. Frankly, you know, I don't suppose that anybody ever reads an edition deluxe. No one puts bric-a-brac to any very practical purpose. There's some human instinct which makes a man treasure what he is not to make any use of, because everybody does not possess it.

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    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

    Just replenished my TBR pile by ordering the following:

    Smoke - Joe Ide
    The Killing Choice - Will Shindler
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    Never Far Away - Michael Koryta
    Every Vow You Break - Peter Swanson
    Dark Sky - CJ Box
    Let Her Lie - Bryan Reardon
    The Best of Michael Marshall Smith
    The Only Good Indians - Stephen Graham Jones
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoogs View Post
    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
    The Last Shadow (linking the Ender books with the Shadow books, completing both series) is supposed to be out later this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunchback Jack View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Scoogs View Post
    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
    The Last Shadow (linking the Ender books with the Shadow books, completing both series) is supposed to be out later this year.

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    Thanks, I had not heard that. Looks like a 10/19 release date.
    That will give me plenty of time to read it before Leviathan Falls (the final Expanse novel) is published on 11/16.
    "I fancy it's the limitation to a thousand copies that is the chief charm and value of an edition deluxe. I don't expect to read this edition deluxe myself, although you needn't tell that to anybody else. Frankly, you know, I don't suppose that anybody ever reads an edition deluxe. No one puts bric-a-brac to any very practical purpose. There's some human instinct which makes a man treasure what he is not to make any use of, because everybody does not possess it.

    - Mark Twain

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