Monday, January 31, 2011

Series We Loved: Goosebumps

Goosebumps is a series of children's horror fiction novels written by American author R. L. Stine and first published by Scholastic Publishing.[1][2] It is a collection of stories that feature semi-homogenous plot structures, with fictional kids being involved in scary situations. Themes in the series include horror, humor and the supernatural.
The Goosebumps series falls under the children's fiction, horror and thriller genre, although R. L. Stine characterizes the series as "scary books that are also funny."[5] Goosebumps books feature different characters[6] and settings in each book.[7] The central characters in each book are white, middle class Americans. Protagonists can be either male or female.[8]
The primary protagonists of a Goosebumps story are often situated in a remote location or somehow isolated from typical societal conventions. This can range anywhere from comfortable suburban areas to boarding schools, foreign villages or campsites.[9] Books typically feature characters who either recently moved to a new neighborhood or are sent to stay with relatives.[8]

Why we miss it?
Well, Goosebumps was something like a guilty pleasure when i was like 8. I didn't like it and i was afraid of it, but never missed an episode either. This thing make me have some really good nightmares back then. Probably if i watch it now, i will laugh but then it was really scary. I was really glad that was airing in the late afternoon and not at night. As for the books, i never tried to read them. The tv series was enough for me XD

Tangled, Review

The long-haired Princess Rapunzel has spent her entire life in a tower, but when she falls in love with a bandit who was passing by she must venture into the outside world for the first time to find him.

I know, I know, I'm supposed to be a little old for cartoon, but I couln't resist to a Disney cartoon, with such a nice story and the voices of Zachary Levi, who I really like and Mandy Moore, who I like too.

I liked the fact that they changed the story a little and made it modern, without the simple helpless princess, who the only think she does is singing in a castle and dreaming of her prince, who will come and save her from her loneliless. I liked the fact that the only thing Rapunzel wanted was to see the stars from close and never thought of falling in love. I liked that Flynn was a thief and a liar and not a prince with honor. I liked the dialogues and the characters' reactions to the events that were happening in their trip. And I liked the way they fall for each other. The person I didn't like was Gothel. In general, I don't like bad women who steal babies. Gothel wanted Rapunzel for her own, in order to stay young forever. Even the bad actions are modern. I mean that she didn't steal the baby for revenge or to take the kingdom or anything like this.

Bottom on, I believe that this is a movie you have to see, even if you think you're old for cartoon and even if you're boys. I liked it a lot, as far as you can understand and I laughed a lot. And it's a perfect choice for a family night. Seriously now, if your parents believe that you're not spending much time with them, suggest them to see that movie altogether.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

In My Mailbox (17)

In My Mailbox #17 - Weekly meme from The Story Siren
The idea is to post the books you got this week, whether you bought them, got them as a gift, from the library, or received them to review.

For Review -Discovery of Socket Greeny by Tony Bertauski (Part of E-book tours)
For Review - Beloved of the Fallen by Lindsay Buroker (Part of E-book tours)
For Review - Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton (Pat of International Book Tours)

Bookmooch - Krondor: Tear of the Gods by Raymond Feist

Bought - Mythical Creatures Encyclopedia
Bought - The Zen Artbox
Bought - Complete Shakespeare
Bought -  Complete Jane Austen Novels
Bought - The Iliad and the Odyssey by Homer
Bought - Complete Stories and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe
Bought - Grimm's Complete FairyTales

What did you get this week?

Friday, January 28, 2011

Love & Other Drugs, Review

Maggie is an alluring free spirit who won't let anyone -or anything- tie her down. But she meets her match in Jamie, whose relentless and nearly infallible charm serve him well with the ladies and in the cutthroat world of pharmaceutical sales. Maggie and Jamie's evolving relationship takes them both by surprise, as they find themselves under the influence of the ultimate drug: Love.

When I saw the trailer, two words crossed my mind: Happy End. After that I learned it is a comedy-drama, and I started having doubts about it. This kind of movie is not exactly my type, but, reading that this is the first comedy of Jake Gyllenhaal after many years, made me curious.

Well, I really liked the movie. It's been long since I saw a comedy and it was great. The actors were great too. I liked Jake Gyllenhaal in a comedy and he was really good in it. And Anne Hathaway was great too. I mostly remember her from the Princess Diaries, but she had nothing to do with it. I liked the way she played and the way her character was looking life. The dialogues were funny enough. And there were funny moments in serious situations, like the first time Jamie says "I Love You".

Ok, for being fair, I'll tell you couple reasons for not seeing the movie if you have probles with them. First of all, there is much sex. Their relationship started as phychical, so there is sex and nudity. Secondly, you may not like the points of view the characters have about life, job and relationships. And lastly, you may not like movies which have to do with serious deseases, or, in general, comedy-drama movies.

Bottom on, I liked the movie, I didn't have problems with the things I metioned above and, even though, it is not my type of movie, I have to admit, that I had a nice evening.

Extra info: The movie is based on a book about the real Jamie and the way he was selling drugs and especially the Viagra. What I don't know is if there is a real Maggie.
P.S.: Maybe it's just me who noticed and cared enough, but isn't Maggie's appartement cool??

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Author Interview: Sean Beaudoin

Sean Beaudoin is the author of Going Nowhere Faster and Fade To Blue. His newest book, You Killed Wesley Payne, is due from Little, Brown February 1, 2011. Sean's articles and short stories have been appeared in numerous publications, including the Onion, Glimmer Train, The San Francisco Chronicle, Opium Magazine, The Rumpus, The New Orleans Review, Narrative Magazine, Barrelhouse, Instant City, The Nervous Breakdown, Bayou, Another Chicago Magazine, Bat City Review, Redivider, Ballyhoo, and Spirit-the inflight magazine of Southwest Airlines.

A review about You Killed Wesley Payne will be available soon in our blog but til then check out the awesome interview with Sean!

-Try to describe your book in one sentence.
Raymond Chandler and Lindsay Lohan go into an alley, only one emerges with teeth.

-Now you can tell us a bit more about it. A small summary by you.
You Killed Wesley Payne is a black comedy murder mystery. The anti-hero, Dalton Rev, is a detective who transfers from high school to high school to solve crimes for a fee. Wesley Payne, who was found hanging from the goalposts at the end of the football field, is his toughest case yet. There’s girls, guns, grift, garage rock, and guffaws. Also, Dalton is trying to get into Harvard.

-Your genre in this book is young-adult mystery if I’m not mistaken. You did that on purpose, or you just start writing?
Yes, it was very much on purpose. I write Young Adult novels that I hope push teenagers out of their comfort zones, and can also be enjoyed by adults. I got a bit disillusioned with the literary publishing world, and realized that through the exploding genre of YA I could reach readers who genuinely cared about what they were reading.

-What inspired you to write, you took any ideas from other books, movies etc?
I grew up watching film noir and classic cinema and it very much affected my desire to write this book, as well as the way it came out.

-Did you do any research before start or during of the writing of the books?
I watched a million movies, read untold pulp novels, and lived through high school.

-Which scenes were the hardest to write?
The ones that my editor didn’t like and forced me to re-do. I think writing is hard in general. Which is why I don’t really like reviewing other people’s books. Even if I don’t like it, I know how much work went into it.

-How long has it taken you to write a book ?
It seems to average about eighteen months.

-What’s the best part of writing for you?
When I sit down in the morning, open my laptop, and the next thing I know it’s late afternoon. When I become so immersed in what I’m doing I don’t have any notion of time passing.

-Are you reading or writing something else at the moment?
The book after You Killed Wesley Payne is already done. It’s called Wise Young Truck. I am currently working on the book after that.

-Did you have support at the beginning and/or during your writing?
There have always been people who believed in me, and people who dismissed me. I think that’s probably true with most writers.

-Did you always had in mind to be a writer or it just happened?
I feel fortunate that I knew as a teenager that writing was something I wanted to do. I don’t know if I felt back then that I could make a career out of it, but it was always something I pursued.

-How important you find the communication between you and your readers? Do you reply to their messages or read their reviews?
It’s very important. They’re the ones I’m writing for. I try to reply to all the messages I get. And the publisher frequently forwards me reviews.
-Are you working on any other projects except writing, right now?
Writing for a living involves so many other things than actually writing, that I would have to say I am constantly involved in other projects.

-Something special you want to share with us?
My daughter just lost her two front teeth.
Now some simple questions and more fun^^
-Your favourite books and author?
It would be easier to say my 20 favorite books and authors. I would say that Kurt Vonnegut and all his books made perhaps the greatest impression on me as a teenager. Not long ago I read Little Infamies, a book of short stories about Greek life by Panos Karnezis, which I thought was very good.
-Your favourite band/singer?
John Coltrane, Jimi Hendrix, Billie Holiday, and James Brown.

-Twitter or Facebook?

-Favourite place in the world?

-Last movie you watched at the cinemas?
True Grit. I really love the original novel by Charles Portis, who is a favorite writer of mine.

-The last book you’ve read?
I am almost finished with Public Enemies, a compendium of letters exchanged between Bernard Henri-Levy and Michele Houellebecq.          

-Writing, reading or hanging out with friends?
Writing in the morning, reading in the afternoon, hanging out with friends at night.

-If you wouldn’t be a writer, what you would be?
I always wanted to be a power forward in the NBA. But I’m only 6’ 3”. So I guess I’ll say a professor of linguistics.

-And last one....printed or ebooks?
Printed. Forever and always.
Thanks a lot Sean Beaudoin for the interview!
He's come to do a job.
A job that involves a body.
A body wrapped in duct tape found hanging from the goal posts at the end of the football field.

You Killed Wesley Payne
is a truly original and darkly hilarious update of classic pulp-noir, in which hard-boiled seventeen year-old Dalton Rev transfers to the mean hallways of Salt River High to take on the toughest case of his life. The question isn't whether Dalton's going to get paid. He always gets paid. Or whether he's gonna get the girl. He always (sometimes) gets the girl. The real question is whether Dalton Rev can outwit crooked cops and killer cliques in time to solve the mystery of "The Body" before it solves him.Sean Beaudoin (Going Nowhere Faster, Fade to Blue) evokes the distinctive voices of legendary crime/noir authors Dashiell Hammett and Jim Thompson with a little bit of Mean Girls and Heathers throwin in for good measure. This smart, slick, and alluring detective novel that will tease you, thrill you, and suck you in

What's New Wednesday #4

What's New Wednesday is hosted by My Love Affair With Books and i totally love it since i can put in all the interesting news we found about each week!

In front of every little paragraph will be a tag ( Music,Movie, Book,etc) so in case you are not interested in something you can just skip it. At the end, are our week's finds.

What's New?

[Blog] Small Review has this week one the most useful posts. Want to know how to make your blog, being at the first results of a search engine? Learn how to Make Anchor Text at Small Review. She also featured us as an example of wrong linking in her post, and i'm already learning (or better reminding myself) starting by this post!

[Blog] Indie Authors Spotlight is coming to an this week. So be sure to check out My Love Affair With Books and take part at the interviews, giveaways, etc

[Books] Yesterday was released a small summary and the name of Hush,Hush 3 by Becca Fitzapatrick: The noise between Patch and Nora is gone in this book. They've overcome the secrets riddled in Patch's dark past...bridged two irreconcilable worlds...faced heart-wrenching tests of betrayal, loyalty and trust...and all for a love that will transcend the boundary between heaven and earth. Armed with nothing but their absolute faith in one another, Patch and Nora enter a desperate fight to stop a villain who holds the power to shatter everything they've worked for—and their love—forever.

With much pleasure, I give you the title of the third book...


[Book] Cassandra's Clare, City of Fallen Angels get to actors for the audiobook: Ed Westwick (Chuck from Gossip Girl) and Molly Quinn (from the Castle).

[Book/Article] Wanna see how the libraries of famous people look? If so, read the article Celebs, They are Geeks Like Us. Worth mentioning is Karl Lagerferd's (Chanel owner) library:

[Music] New videos released! One of the best videos i've ever seen by Pink for Fucking Perfect (Clean Version link aka sex,etc) and a "mostly-ad than music video" by Avril Lavigne for What The Hell. Another good one i found: Desperate Girls & Stupid Boys

[Book/Movie] Hunger Games get a release date for March 23rd, 2012.

[Book/Movie] Alex Pettyfer has officially being contacted for taking the part of Jace at Mortal Instruments series ( our dreams come true!), though he doesn't have the answer yet. He did said that he have read the script (if i remember right) and that he is a big fan of the book. So, fingers crossed!
[Book/Movie] I can't find the article now, but a film company bought the rights for Firelight and they plan a movie.

[Movie] The Dark Knight Rises (Batman 3) confirms Anne Hatheway as Catwoman and Tom Hardy as Bane.

[Movie] Oscar nominations announced! I'm really sad about Despicable Me not being in best Animation Movie of the Year. Anyway, check the full Oscar list .

[Movie/TV] Prepare yourself for the SuperBowl night! New trailers coming out: Captain America, Pirates of Carribean, Transformers 3, X-men: First Class and many others.Plus Glee will air on Sunday night, with an episode called "Thriller".

[Movie] First photos of Three Musketeers with Logan Lerman, Orlando Bloom, Milla Jovovich.

[TV] Liam Neeson will play Qui-Gon once again. Now there is not a new Star Wars movie on the move. I'm talking about the TV Series.

[Web Series] Angry Bird (an iPhone game) is getting web series. LOL. Same for Mortal Combat!

[TV] Thundercats are coming back and first image released
[Game] Final Fantasy XIII-2 trailer is out! There is no release date yet but it's pure awesomeness! I really need to get XIII before it comes out! Click to watch the Final Fantasy XIII-2 Game Trailer.

Click on the book covers for their summaries at goodreads.

Movie Trailers:

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

We Listen: The Bled "Found In The Flood"

History: The Bled formed in 2001 under the name "The Radiation Defiance Theory" but changed the name because it was too lengthy. Their music style was largelly influenced by hardcore punk bands such as "Refused", metalcore bands such as "Cave In" and the mathcore band called "The Dillinger Escape Plan". After being a band for only two months, the band released an EP titted "His First Crush", and released a self-titled EP a year later, both of which featured Adam Goss on vocals. The Bled quickly began to build a name for themselves in Tuscon, Arizona, and started to play sold out shows.
Found In The Flood:
The Bled was not content with "Fiddler Records", and decided to change labels. The band was a big fan of "Vagrand Records", and in 2005 they signed to the indie record, ensuring that a major label was not for them. Before working on their new album, the band parted ways with bass player Mike Celi and hired Darren Simoes as a permanent replacement. For their second studio album, "Found In The Flood", The Bled worked with producer Mark Trombino (Jimmy Eat World, Blink-182). The album expanded both the heavier and lighter sides of the band. This album is also their album to chart on the Billboard 200, which peaked at #87.
The success of the album landed The Bled a spot on Warped Tour in the summer of 2006 on the
Vagrant Stage featuring many rising names signed to Vagrand Records, and the international Taste of Chaos in early 2007 alongside bands like "Rise Agains", "The Used" and "Aiden" During this time "Pass The Flask" went out of print. The Bled was unable to sell it on tour because it was released on their previous label (that has since gone out of business). Many fans believed that Found In The Flood was the band's first and only album. To fix this, a reissue of Pass The Flask was created. The new version was released on Vagrant, and in addition to the original trak listing the new album featured songs from The Bled's original EP and three unreleased songs.

Yes, i am in a really really dark mood today. This is a really dark and kinda violent album, full of strange melodies and tunes. Honestly almost every song reminds me of water in its worse, drowns, floods and generally situations with people dead or trapped in water. Yet i actually love this album, and i always listen to it when i am really REALLY pissed of. The thoughts i make when i hear this album as well as my mood before and after hearing this, is not the best for casual talk.
1. "Hotel Coral Essex" .This one reminds me of a bunch of people killing others on a beach, moonless night and all.
2. "Guttershark". This one is practically not one of my favorites, its mostly pure headbanging
3."My Assasin". This one is one of my favorites, it has a sick solo-reef or whatever at some point. This one only reminds me of a dark alley at night, not necessarily and violence involved.
4. "Antartica" I absolutelly adore this song. It is the soundtrack to finding a drowned body, or a storm brewing and you are caught in the middle of the ocean with waves getting hugger and hugger
5."She Calls Home" dont really like it
6. "The Last American Cowboy" really nice one too, not the watery ones, put preddy damn amazing, kinda psychoish.
7."Daylight Bombings" Like this one
8. "Millionairs" not a fan of this one either
9."With An Urgency" I love this one, you all know of the killer jester? or the demon jester or whatever? this is his soundtrack 10." I dont keep with liars anymore" not a really nice song but not bad either

Monday, January 24, 2011

A House of Night Series: Chosen, Review

Dark forces are at work at the House of Night and Zoey Redbird's adventures at the school take a mysterious turn. Her best friend, Stevie Rae, is undead and struggling to maintain a grip on her humanity. Zoey finds herself in the very unexpected and rare situation of having three boyfriends. Mix a little bloodlust into the equation and the situation has the potential to spell social disaster. Just when it seems things couldn't get any tougher, vampires start turning up dead. Really dead. It looks like the People of Faith are tired of living side-by-side with vampires. But, as Zoey and her friends so often find out, how things appear rarely affects the truth.

This is the third book of the House of Night series. Once again, we follow Zoey's point of view as she tries to figure out what she's going to do with her best friend, who's a kind of zombie, by the way, and her three boyfriends, yeah, you heard well.

Well, it's a nice book. I liked it as much as I liked the others and I enjoyed it too. It doesn't have much action on it, actually no action at all, but it was a fast and easy reading. And this is what I like about the series. The books are easy, with no complex words and many details. The dialogues are fast and they remind me of a script most of the times. And I also like the fact that both writters are open minded. By the way, both writters are women.

As for the characters, Zoey pisses me off sometimes. She cannot make up her mind and do whatever she wants to. Her friends are all great. I like the fact that there are different characters. Twins are funny and Damien, who's gay, is very smart. You don't get enough of them in this book, though. There is also Afrodite, who's something like Zoey's enemy, but even if you hated her in the previous books, you're going to like her in this one.

Anyway, if you want to read something easy and fast, so that you can spend your time, this is the book you have to choose.

Crescendo Review

Nora Grey's life is still far from perfect. Surviving an attempt on her life wasn't pleasant, but atleast she got a guardian angel out of it: a mysterious, magnetic, gorgeous guardian angel. But, despite his role in her life, Patch has been acting anything but angelic. He's more elusive than ever and even worse, he's started spending time with Nora's arch-enemy, Marcie Millar.

Nora would have hardly noticed Scott Parnell, an old family friend who has moved back to town, if Path hadnt been acting so distant. Even with Scott's totally infuriating attitude Nora finds herself drawn to him - despite her lingering feeling that he's hiding something.

Haunted by images of her murdered father, and questioning whether her nephilim bloodline has anything to do with his death, Nora puts herself increasingly in dangerous situations as she desperatly searches for answers. But maybe some things are better left buried, because the truth could destroy everything - and everyone - she trusts.

Unfortunately dissapointment is the main thing i feel from this book. And that's really sad, since i really liked the 1st one.

In Crescendo the story is not that interesting. The mysterious environment was tried to be built once again and failed. I could see how the story will go, and not only that but everything was happening couldn't convince me either. It just made the characters look stupid and blind. While the book was big enough, it felt like it was written in hurry. Until the last 3 chapters, i was really uninterested with everything.

As for characters..ugh..I really liked Nora at the first one. She was just a normal girl. And this is one, i just wanted to get in the book and kill her. Not read her name again. What a change! She was selfish, mean and annoying. She was treating Patch like he was her little toy and he couldn't do anything without her. She was blaming him for the must stupid things ever and then she was into her house and crying. And he is not like he changed. Patch was always secretive and kinda mean. 
Then we have Marcie. We see her more here. And she is part of the usual popular vs unpopular girl story and blah blah. Nothing really interesting there.
And the new guy Scott? So obvious....

Note to some writers: stop using the usual girl school fight, don't destroy a good relationship cause you think it's cooler, and for once let the new guy be just the new guy. Especially when the background story looks so fake.

I'm not sure if i will continue with the series. It made me don't even wanna buy Torment (which is the 2nd book of a different writer) just because i didn't want to feel the same disappointment of something which such a good start.

Series We Loved: Relic Hunter

Relic Hunter follows the globe-trotting adventures of unorthodox American archaeologist Sydney Fox (Tia Carrere), and her more reserved British assistant Nigel Bailey (Christien Anholt). They are assisted at their 'home base', a generic American university identified only as Trinity College, by ditzy student secretary Claudia (Lindy Booth), the spoiled and fashion-conscious daughter of one of the college's major donors. The character of Claudia was replaced in the third season by Karen Petrushky (Tanja Reichert), who is closer to the standard 'sexy secretary' stereotype but with a facility for predicaments of a bureaucratic nature.
At the beginning of each episode, there is a short flashback in which a relic or artifact is used or abused in its original time before being lost, stolen or hidden. The show cuts to Trinity College in the present day, where Sydney and Nigel are asked to find the relic by some person or agency such as a museum, private collector (in disguise) or government. Most episodes feature the duo traveling around the globe, hunting for clues in order to find the artifact. Complications abound, often with rival relic hunters getting involved, generally giving Sydney a chance to show off her martial arts prowess. It is then up to Sydney and Nigel to seize the relic and ensure it ends up in the proper hands (such as the rightful owners or a suitable museum). Each episode ends with a scene at Trinity College explaining what has happened to the relic.
The plots in Relic Hunter usually take a grain of historical information and are dramatized in order to fit in with the story. There are, however, some historical errors on the show. For example, the episode "Devil Doll" mentioned Cuzco as an Aztec city but Cuzco was an Inca city while in the season 1 episode "Irish Crown Affair", the last legitimate ruler of Ireland, king Brian Boru is shown wearing a costume depicting 3 lions which was actually a symbol for England.
Many episodes feature comic moments interlaced with the action. Sydney also knows how to hold her own in a fight and Carrere is often involved in many fights and stunts in the show. The shows also exploits the sexual tension between Sydney and Nigel, including one episode in which they went undercover in a nudist colony. Sydney is also frequently seen wearing skimpy clothing, with lots of cleavage and tight-fitting shorts; this was a major aspect of the series.

Why we miss it?
Did anyone watch that? I really loved it! Haven't missed an episode. I was even getting late at everything i had to do so i can watch it. It was like Lara Croft but with less fantasy. Sydney fox she was seriously kicking ass and Nigel was so funny and always couldn't really help. Tia Carrere was amazing at her role. Action, comedy, love and adventure! All in one! I'm thinking to re-watch it from the start :p I love that kind of stories!

P.S: Doesn't the guy, reminds you of Dimitri at Anastasia movie?

Sunday, January 23, 2011

The Wolf Age Review

"Spear-age, sword-age:
shields are shattered.
Wind-age, wolf-age:
before the world founders
no man will show mercy to another."
Wuruyaaria: city of werewolves, whose raiders range over the dying northlands, capturing human beings for slaves or meat. Wuruyaaria: where a lone immortal maker wages a secret war against the Strange Gods of the Coranians. Wuruyaaria: a democracy where some are more equal than others, and a faction of outcast werewolves is determined to change the balance of power in a long, bloody election year.
Their plans are laid; the challenges known; the risks accepted. But all schemes will shatter in the clash between two threats few had foreseen and none had fully understood: a monster from the north on a mission to poison the world, and a stranger from the south named Morlock Ambrosius.


Well. I never actually thought that a book with werewolves would be this boring. I dont know, maybe it was the fact that I havent read the other books? maybe its just my taste? maybe it was indeed boring. Anyway, the book has terrible descriptions. I mean seriously, even with the awesome cover I had a very difficult time picturing how the hell werewolves looked, making me reshape the image of every character in almost every scene, that was frustrating and annoying. To be fair though, the last chapters of the book were awesome. They ALMOST made up for the whole frustrating read it was. The final chapters manage to do a twist i personally did not expect even in the deepest corner of my mind. However i recommend it even for the sole purpose of spending the time. After all, if you dont read books you dont like then how will you appreciate the really good ones out there?

In My Mailbox (16)

In My Mailbox #16 - Weekly meme from The Story Siren
The idea is to post the books you got this week, whether you bought them, got them as a gift, from the library, or received them to review.

For Review -The Emperor's Edge by Lindsay Buroker (Part of E-book tours)
For Review - Encypted by Lindsay Buroker (Part of E-book tours)

Won - Dark Hunter by Andy Briggs
Won - Council of Evil by Andy Briggs

Bought - Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead
Bought - Faerie Tale by Raymond Feist
Bought - Jimmy The Hand by Raymond Feist
Bought - Incarceron by Catherine Fisher
Bought - Ranger's Apprentice 5 by John Flanagan
Bought - Ranger's Apprentice 6 by John Flanagan
Bought - Strange Angels: Betrayals by Lilith SaintCrow
Bought - The Demon King by Cinda Williams
Bought - The Covenant of Genesis by Andy McDermott

Bought - The Name of The Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
Bought - The Complete Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

Bought - Crusade by Nancy Holder
Bought - Skulduggery Pleasant by Derek Landy
Bought - Dracula by Bram Stoker

What did you get this week?
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