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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathstroke View Post
    Since I'm not a horror fan, I haven't read any of his stuff either, but I thought his passing deserved mention.
    Which I appreciate you doing, Deathstroke. As a fan of the genre since seeing The Bride of Frankenstein back in '70, I seek it out when I can.
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    Today on my Kindle: now reading No Lesser Plea (1987) by Robert K. Tannebaum.
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    Cowboys, Mountain Men, and Grizzly Bears: Fifty Of The Grittiest Moments In The History Of The Wild West, by Matthew P. Mayo

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    Reread the entire sister hood of the traveling pants series followed by Peirce Brown's Iron Gold
    Stick "we work together and we get out of here alive"

    Matt "peace out suckas"

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    Only picked this book up at the store from the cover and then the premise was too cool to resist. This was an amazingly fun read about a colorful technopocalyptic dragon world. It reads like a nuclear bomb of imagination, each scene wilder than the last.
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    I'm currently reading the story "Spanish Blood" in

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    Just finished Persepolis Rising, the latest edition of the Expanse series. It was great. Now I have to wait another year before the next one comes out. But I have a big pile of books to read, so I'm going to get on that.

    I'm now reading The Alienist. It was just made into a TV show.
    Favorite Artists Right Now: Ivan Reis, Andrea Sorrentino, Stuart Immonen, Jason Fabok, Olivier Coipel, Nick Dragotta, Kim Jacinto, Patrick Gleason, Jorge Jimenez, Greg Capullo, Jerome Opena, Steve McNiven, Kev Walker, Steve Epting, Sean Murphy.

    "I am a mad man with a box!"--- The Doctor

    Jesus said unto her, "I am the resurrection, and the life. He that believes in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live. And whosoever lives and believes in me shall never die."--- John 11:25-26

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    Starting tomorrow, I'll be reading my last Allan Quatermain novel by H. Rider Haggard for a long time (though I have a few short Quatermain stories to be read in the near future) - The Ancient Allan (1920).
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    Currently reading

    The Phantom Detective - Volume One published by Airship 27

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    Still making my way through The Complete Chronicles Of Conan. Finished A Witch Shall Be Born yesterday, Starter this morning with Jewels Of Gwahlur.
    There are many ways to kill. One can stab a knife in your guts; take away your bread; deprive you of the cure for your illness; put you in a miserable housing; torture you to death with work; take you to war; etc.
    Only a few of these are prohibited in our country.
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    I'm gonna start Ulysses by James Joyce later this week. I feel like I'm prepared after reading Beckett's trilogy.

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    Starting tonight, I'll be reading Chaplin: His Life and Art (1985) by David Robinson and, on my Kindle, the fifth Jake Grafton novel - Under Siege (1990) by Stephen Coonts.
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    Bloodwars by Brian Lumley

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    Currently reading The 13 1/2 Lives of Captain Bluebear by Walter Moers. Absolutely love how bonkers the world of Zamonia is. The illustrations are fantastic too.

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