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Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
I got 1 book in the mail today that I bought last weekend on amazon.com:
Book of the Dead by Jamie Russell(complete history book of the zombie cinema)
Annontated H.P. Lovecraft
Picked up Red by Jack Ketchum.
Reading Roman Battle Tactics 109BC-AD313, I'm fascinated by roman history.
Half-way through Weaveworld (Clive Barker). Third time I have read it and still in love with it
great book BTK - ever read Barker's Coldheart Canyon?that'd be a fun movie if they could ever pull it off
Thank you Nope but if it's good enough def be on the lookout for it same with Weaveworld, would love to see it in movie form but I don't think they could do the book justice.
His The Great And Secret Show doesn't get enough mention either. Another great read.
Thanks Deady, another I can add to the list! gonna head off now before the sun starts coming up , sweet dreams to the rest of ya esp you Deady . Night!
nighty night - read some girl on girl erotica for me
I finished reading Mister B Gone by Clive Barker today.
Just started reading Legacy of Blood
I just read a bit out of my Crystal Lake Memories book and keep it by my bed like other keep a bible by their bed
Empire: The Rise and Demise of the British World Order and the Lessons for Global Power by Niall Ferguson.
Oh, did it have to be horror related?
Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving
The Quickie by James Patterson
I pre-ordered 'Dead and Gone' by Charlaine Harris, and I've been reading 'Coffee, Tea or Me' for my Human Resource Management class (its not that bad of a book for being about flight stewardesses)
The Sleeping Doll by Jeffrey Deaver
I bought 1 book:
Slasher Movies(pocket essential series) by Mark Whirhead - it only cost $6.00 on amazon
^ I have that book. Doesn't really tell us anything we already don't know.
Just got through reading Crystal Lake Memories.
The Cellar by Richard Laymon. His work is disturbing but so damn brilliant!
I'm going to start reading some random Star Wars books, I have Shatterpoint and another one I can't remember right now to read.
pontypool changes everything by tony burgess
Halfway through:The Cellar by Richard Laymon. His work is disturbing but so damn brilliant!
Nice choice, Richard Laymon is my favorite author