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    Senior Member Ok, I really can't come up with anymore of these stupid things... srboone's Avatar
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    Obsession is not snagging my interest right now, so here I am reading Weak &Wounded by the light of my computer and really enjoying the experience.
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    Finished Weak and Wounded. Another fine collection of short stories. Don't know if I'm ready to pick Obsession back up or not.
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    I should be finishing Lullaby for the Rain Girl tonight, or this weekend for sure. Then..... Blue November Storms will be next.

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    Too bad she chose WWZ to step out with.. Not a fav of mine either. Need to reread the Dead Zone. Some people were talking 4 past midnight and I moved it up in my tbrr pile. Rereading that inbetween short stories. Shivers 7 is great. More hits then misses. Only 3 more stories to go in that one. Also really enjoying Little Things. Great Story teller Mr. Little is.
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    Nice to see you stepping outside the box!

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    Obsession was a generic mystery/suspense/thriller. I see it (and it's three sequels) in the paperback racks at Walmart for $2.99. Just pass them by. I'm going to try another e-book (on the Kindle PC app) next: [ I]To Die Upon a Kiss[/I] by Craig Wallwork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srboone View Post
    Obsession was a generic mystery/suspense/thriller. I see it (and it's three sequels) in the paperback racks at Walmart for $2.99. Just pass them by. I'm going to try another e-book (on the Kindle PC app) next: [ I]To Die Upon a Kiss[/I] by Craig Wallwork.
    I'm a big fan of Wallwork's writing. Hope you dig it.

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    I grabbed The Terotologist for my Kobo - they had a sale on the weekend. I am going to quickly go through this one. This is my first work of Lee, and I know Wrath James White was a part of this too.

    Best way to describe this so far (48% complete) - Messed up!

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    Finally, I was able to finish Off Season and I adore it. Now it's time for Harvest Home by Thomas Tryon. Hopefully, the hubby and kids will grant me the peace and quiet I need to read it. Where is the star I need to grant this wish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neiaushie79 View Post
    Finally, I was able to finish Off Season and I adore it. Now it's time for Harvest Home by Thomas Tryon. Hopefully, the hubby and kids will grant me the peace and quiet I need to read it. Where is the star I need to grant this wish?
    Harvest Home is probably my favorite Tryon book. I haven't read it in a long time, but I've read it a few times over the years.

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    "Dark Harvest" arrived today. I just need to get back home from college and I'm going to tear into it like a grizzly bear.

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    I finished The Teratologist last night. I am not sure if I liked it or not. I really enjoyed Wrath James White's The Resurrectionist, and I know he contributed to this with Edward Lee, but it is hard to say what the author(s) was striving for other than a nasty, gross out, extreme graphic gore/sex short novel. I understood the premise of the story and the main character, but really this was kind of too over the top for me. At first it was humorous in a way, but after a while it was for lack of better word - stupid. Good thing it was a short read on the Kobo, otherwise I would likely not have finished.

    I will be starting Blue November Storms today.

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    I can safely say that Norman Partridge is definitely the Black Sabbath of my collection now. Dark Harvest blew my head clean off my shoulders, ordering Johnny Halloween tonight. I'm pretty late catching on to Partridge, but thanks to you twisted folk; I'm bought. Cheers!

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    Plenty of more great authors to discover here, Liam! Stick around a while....
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    ---Kirby Bliss Blanton , The Green Inferno (2013)

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    Has anybody read Matthew Costello's Vacation? I'm about half way through and have to say that I'm loving it.

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    That's the plan, man!

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    I finished Blue November Storms, and it was a great, yet short, read.

    Picking up another Koontz starting today The Key to Midnight, hopefully I will enjoy it as much as his other works I have read.

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    If you haven't yet you should jump into some of Kealan Patrick Burkes stories.
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    That's the plan, man!

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    I just ordered Kin off a seller on Ebay. It'll be my first KPB, but I'm looking forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    If you haven't yet you should jump into some of Kealan Patrick Burkes stories.
    I'd never heard of him until now man, thanks for the recommendation. A fellow Irishman too. Might learn a thing or two!

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    His story The Hides is set in his hometown in Ireland and is a great story.
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    I'd never heard of him until now man, thanks for the recommendation. A fellow Irishman too. Might learn a thing or two!

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