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    1. Petty: The Biography - Warren Zaynes
    (started 1/07/22, finished 1/17/22 )
    2. Piranesi - Susanna Clarke
    (started 1/07/22, finished 1/24/22 )
    3. Murakami T: The T-shirts I love - Haruki Murakami
    (started 1/24/22, finished 1/25/22 )
    4. Dark Matter (audiobook) - Blake Crouch
    (started 1/11/22, finished 2/12/20 )
    5. Termination Shock - Neal Stephenson
    (started 02/01/22, finished 03/07/22 )
    6. Billy Summers (audiobook) - Stephen King
    (started 2/17/22, finished 3/12/22 )
    7. Dune Messiah - Frank Herbert (re-read)
    (started 1/04/22, finished 3/21/22 )
    8. The Eyes of the Dragon (audiobook) - Stephen King
    (started 3/13/22, finished 4/05/22 )
    9. Ticket Masters: The Rise of the Concert Industry & How the Public Got Scalped - Dean Budnick & Josh Baron
    (started 03/09/22, finished 04/05/22 )
    10. Foundation - Isaac Asimov
    (started 03/24/22, finished 04/10/22 )
    11. The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google - Scott Galloway
    (started 04/05/22, finished 04/15/22 )
    12. The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla - Stephen King
    (started 04/11/22, finished 04/27/22 )
    13. The Dark Tower VI: Song of Susannah - Stephen King
    (started 04/27/22, finished 05/14/22 )

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    The Guns of August - Barbara Tuchman
    (re-started 9/22/21, finished )
    Dark Age - Pierce Brown
    (started 12/30/21, finished 1/00/22 ) p.50
    The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity - David Graeber & David Wengrow
    (started 04/16/22, finished 00/00/22 )
    Star Wars: Scoundrels (audiobook) - Timothy Zahn
    (started 4/16/22, finished 0/00/22 )
    The Eye of the World (audiobook) - Robert Jordan
    (started 4/28/22, finished 0/00/22 )
    This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends: The Cyber-weapons Arms Race - Nicole Perlroth
    (started 05/07/22, finished 05/00/22 )
    The Art of Invisibility: The World's Most Famous Hacker Teaches you how to be Safe in the Age of Big Brother & Big Data - Kevin Mittnick with Robert Vamosi (started 05/11/22, finished 05/00/22 )
    The Dark Tower VII: The Dark Tower - Stephen King
    (started 05/15/22, finished 00/00/22 )
    Heir to the Empire - Timothy Zahn
    (started 5/00/22, finished 0/00/22 )

    Deadhouse Gates- Steven Erikson (re-started 3/07/21, finished 4/00/21 )

    The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever: The Illearth War - Stephen R. Donaldson
    (started 5/00/21, finished 5/00/21 )
    Black Leopard Red Wolf - Marlon James (re-started 1/00/21, finished )
    Stand on Zanzibar - John Brunner
    (started 12/16/20, finished 2/00/21 )
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    1. Children of the Mind, by Orson Scott Card (*)
    (*) denotes a reread.

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    2022 book list

    1. The Midnight Lock - Jeffrey Deaver
    2. The Final Twist - Jeffrey Deaver (reading)
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    2022 book list:

    1. Cujo - Stephen King
    2. Five Decembers - James Kestrel (currently reading)

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    1. Gwendy's Final Task - Stephen King and Richard Chizmar (currently reading)
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    2022 book list

    1. The Midnight Lock - Jeffrey Deaver
    2. The Final Twist - Jeffrey Deaver
    3. The Man Who Died Twice - Richard Osman
    4. The Nameless Ones - John Connolly (reading)
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    I am shocked I only read 11 books last year. May this one be better!

    2022

    1. Early Riser - Jasper Fforde
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    Time to start up my 2022 list.

    1. Leviathan's Fall - James S. A. Corey
    "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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    1. Snowball - Gregory Bastianelli
    2. The Historian - Elizabeth Kostova
    3. The Ascent - Ronald Malfi
    Only the gentle are ever really strong.

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    My 2021 list was very short. I must try harder.

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    1. Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone* - Diana Gabaldon
    2. Winterset Hollow - Jonathan Edward Durham

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    How was Winterset Hollow? I've seen so much talk about it lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    How was Winterset Hollow? I've seen so much talk about it lately.
    I really enjoyed it. It was much more grisly than I expected. Definitely horror. You can tell it's a first novel but I really liked the premise and it had good pace. It was a quick read.
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    Thanks! I'll definitely check it out at some point.
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    2022 book list

    1. The Midnight Lock - Jeffrey Deaver
    2. The Final Twist - Jeffrey Deaver
    3. The Man Who Died Twice - Richard Osman
    4. The Nameless Ones - John Connolly
    5. Razorblade Tears - SA Cosby
    6. The Jealousy Man - Jo Nesbo (reading)
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    2022 Book List

    1. Break You - Blake Crouch
    2. Eerie - Blake Crouch, Jordan Crouch
    3. The Werewolf’s 15 Minutes - Jonathan Maberry
    4. Animal Farm - George Orwell (reread)
    5. Pearl - Josh Malerman
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    1. Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone* - Diana Gabaldon
    2. Winterset Hollow - Jonathan Edward Durham
    3. Collector of the Port - Robert W. Chambers
    4. HP Lovecraft's The Call of Cthulhu for Beginning Readers - R.J. Ivankovic

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    1. Children of the Mind, by Orson Scott Card (*)
    2. Shadows in Flight by Orson Scott Card (*)
    3. The Last Shadow by Orson Scott Card
    4. The Wolfen by Whitley Strieber (current)
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    I've been catching up on some of Tom Deady's books and novellas. Very enjoyable stuff. Some Creepshow-type horror vibe. He is a good guy as well. Used to be a member of the old Stephen King forum. I'm reading "The Clearing" at the moment and really enjoying it. You can also order signed copies at: https://www.tomdeady.com/signedbooks

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    2022 book list:

    1. Cujo - Stephen King
    2. Five Decembers - James Kestrel
    3. The Running Man - Bachman/King (currently reading)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardX View Post
    I've been catching up on some of Tom Deady's books and novellas. Very enjoyable stuff. Some Creepshow-type horror vibe. He is a good guy as well. Used to be a member of the old Stephen King forum. I'm reading "The Clearing" at the moment and really enjoying it. You can also order signed copies at: https://www.tomdeady.com/signedbooks
    I agree, he's super nice. Have you read Weekend Getaway or Of Men and Monsters? Those are my 2 personal favorites. I still have to pick up The Clearing.
    Only the gentle are ever really strong.

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    2022

    1. Snowball - Gregory Bastianelli
    2. The Historian - Elizabeth Kostova
    3. The Ascent - Ronald Malfi
    4. Dreamcatcher - Stephen King
    5. Maynard's House - Herman Raucher
    Only the gentle are ever really strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by RichardX View Post
    I've been catching up on some of Tom Deady's books and novellas. Very enjoyable stuff. Some Creepshow-type horror vibe. He is a good guy as well. Used to be a member of the old Stephen King forum. I'm reading "The Clearing" at the moment and really enjoying it. You can also order signed copies at: https://www.tomdeady.com/signedbooks
    I agree, he's super nice. Have you read Weekend Getaway or Of Men and Monsters? Those are my 2 personal favorites. I still have to pick up The Clearing.
    I just finished Of Men and Monsters. A nice read. I read WG a long while ago. Can't remember a whole lot about it but it seemed more hardcore horror (which is fine with me). Everything of Tom's that I have read is good. As an aside, I noted on the old SK forum several years ago that I was reading "Haven" when my daughter was diagnosed with Leukemia (and finished the book during the first months she spent undergoing treatment in the hospital). To my surprise Tom read the post, and he went out of his way to have several Y/A authors send her books. So I'm a big fan.

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    Wow, that's very cool of him, and I bet that really lifted your daughter's spirits.
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    1. Leviathan's Fall - James S. A. Corey
    2. Childhood's End - Arthur C. Clarke
    "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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    2022 book list:

    1. Cujo - Stephen King
    2. Five Decembers - James Kestrel
    3. The Running Man - Bachman/King
    4. The Strain - Guillermo del Toro/Chuck Hogan (currently reading)

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