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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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    Dark Harvest and Johny Halloween are two of Partridge's works I particularly enjoyed. I didn't care for Slippin' into Darkness, even though it won the Stoker Award for best first novel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srboone View Post
    Dark Harvest and Johny Halloween are two of Partridge's works I particularly enjoyed. I didn't care for Slippin' into Darkness, even though it won the Stoker Award for best first novel.
    The excerpt from Johnny Halloween on the main page really caught my interest, I forgot that was Partridge! I think I may look into that one first. Thanks for the recommendations. Love the quote in the sig by the way, srboone.

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    Dark Harvest is the foundtion book for a lot of JH. I'd suggest you look into that one first.

    Thanks about the quote. I'd forgotten that I hadn't changed it in a while (I change the lines from movies in it fairly regularly).
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    Just finished Island 731 by Jeremy Robinson. Now on to The Postman by David Brin.

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    Just ordered Dark Harvest from Amazon. I've never ordered online before because I genuinely don't trust myself with a debit card, but to hell with it; if I'm going to go poor I may as well do so with some kick ass horror in my hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    Almost done with the HUGE book A Storm of Swords, really good but man! It's the size of three books put together NOS4A2 is up next
    There' an awesome twist in the very last pages.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsaenz24 View Post
    There' an awesome twist in the very last pages.......
    Got there yesterday, a very good book! taking a break before staring A Feast of Crows to read NOS4A2, loving it so far, have you read through to Dance of Dragons?

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    Dark Harvest is a great read!
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    Just ordered Dark Harvest from Amazon. I've never ordered online before because I genuinely don't trust myself with a debit card, but to hell with it; if I'm going to go poor I may as well do so with some kick ass horror in my hands.

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    I want to get my hands on Dark Harvest too.

    For any of you that follow my goodreads page - Lullaby for the Rain Girl is one fantastic read!!!!! There are some very touching moments in it. I hope to be finished it soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    Dark Harvest is a great read!
    Really looking forward to reading it. Good call by srboone for recommending it. Norman Partridge is quickly becoming the Black Sabbath of my bookshelf.
    Last edited by Liam Doyle; 05-08-2013 at 08:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJCams View Post
    For any of you that follow my goodreads page - Lullaby for the Rain Girl is one fantastic read!!!!! There are some very touching moments in it. I hope to be finished it soon.
    I'll have to put that on my TBR list, I've never read a CC title.

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    World War Z

    Feel Free to be amazed...

    Also, I don't care for it so far. Just finished the dead zone before that and Didnt really like it..

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    Good to hear from you Teri. King did not write World War Z.
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    World War Z

    Feel Free to be amazed...

    Also, I don't care for it so far. Just finished the dead zone before that and Didnt really like it..

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    Still drowning in a sea of GR wins. Obsession by Debra Webb is next.
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    I just finished reading Off Season the unexpurgated version, this was the first Ketchum novel I had read, and I must say I did enjoy it, though it was very disturbing at times. Off Season is a relentlessly dark ride, with many graphic descriptions of rape, dismemberment and cannibalism. More than just that though is the prevailing feeling of despair and dread for pretty much everyone involved. Off Season is a very convincing and disturbing first novel that pays some tribute to classic films like Night of Living Dead and The Hills Have Eyes.

    I'll probably pick up the first graphic novel of American Vampire and maybe read a few short stories, then on to The Exorcist.
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    reading Fangtooth by Shaun Jeffrey. Enjoying it so far
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    The Genesis Code by Lisa Von Biela, then House of Rain by Greg Gifune. Real book - Dark Arts edited by John Pelan.

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    House of Rain looks intriguing. I may grab that in the future, however my TBR backup is getting quite lengthy. Haven't read Gifune yet, but have one of his on my Kobo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    Good to hear from you Teri. King did not write World War Z.
    PRECISELY

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    Nice to see you stepping outside the box!
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