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  • Originally posted by SplitBreast View Post
    One of my favorites



    Mike as in me or Mike as in someone else (Bonomo?)? I have been forcing this series on so many people. Absolutely amazing stuff.
    You. I'd refer to Bononononomo by his last name, fool.

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    • The King of Plagues - Jonathan Maberry

      I'm a big fan of his Joe Ledger series:
      Patient Zero
      The Dragon Factory


      currently waiting for Mira Grant's "Deadline" to drop -
      "Feed" was excellent
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      "I have a sentimental weakness for my children,
      and I spoil them, as you can see.
      They talk when they should listen."

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      • Originally posted by Don Corleone View Post
        The King of Plagues - Jonathan Maberry

        I'm a big fan of his Joe Ledger series:
        Patient Zero
        The Dragon Factory
        Just finished that myself. Definitely a fan of Maberry. Check out Rot and Ruin. He wrote a young adult zombie book but it is excellent.

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        • actually did read that one as well -
          I like the man's style - the follow-up will come out next year... "Dust and Decay"
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          "I have a sentimental weakness for my children,
          and I spoil them, as you can see.
          They talk when they should listen."

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          • LETTERBOX'D - DVD/BLU

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            • Youth In Revolt. I'm only 40 pages in, and it's easily one of the funniest books I've ever read.

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              • Originally posted by pumkinheadfan View Post
                Picked these up from a couple Borders Closings:

                The Fall is a damn good read, it is just as good as the first. I already have the 3rd on preorder.


                Originally posted by H.P. Pufncraft View Post
                I was somewhat disappointed in this one. I love reading anything about HH Holmes but this book focuses a lot more on the Worlds Fair and how it was put together and all that kind of stuff and not much to do with HH Holmes.

                I recently got a book called Triage by Jack Ketchum, Richard Laymon, and Edward Lee. I hope its good.
                "I will do what Queens do. I will rule."

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                  • Crisscross by F. Paul Wilson..Repairman Jack baby!!!
                    sigpicMy , What big teeth you have.

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                    • Just got this ebook. Just came across on amazon and I thought I'd give it a whirl.

                      BTW - Split have you ever read a book by Dan Chaon called Await Your Reply? If not check it out, it's really good.

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                      • Originally posted by cubbiechris View Post
                        Just got this ebook. Just came across on amazon and I thought I'd give it a whirl.

                        BTW - Split have you ever read a book by Dan Chaon called Await Your Reply? If not check it out, it's really good.
                        Added to the library queue.

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                        • Cool. Let me know what you think about it.

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                          • A Light at the End by John Skipp and Cgaig Spector...great book
                            sigpicMy , What big teeth you have.

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                            • Free comic book day and my comic shop had 25% off all trades. So I picked up

                              Hack/Slash Omnibus 1,2,3

                              Fables 4,5,14,15(now I am completely caught up with my fables and have the entire 15 graphics out so far)

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                              • I picked up Robert R. McCammon's The Night Boat today. I've not yet read any of his stuff, but have seen his name in every decent bookstore's horror section, so I figured it was time to try him out.
                                “This is a place of the dead. We’re all dead here.”
                                —Ygor, Son of Frankenstein (1939)

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