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    Witches & Warlocks at a flea market. It's a book of various tales of black magic by various authors compiled into one volume.
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    I just ordered The Looking Glass Wars, Seeing Redd (both by Frank Beddor) and Tangled Webs (Anne Bishop) for Borders.com
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    The Crimson Shadow by R.A. Salvatore. (It's the entire trilogy in one book.)
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    i just got chuck klosterman IV: a decade of curious people and dangerous ideas in the mail from amazon. it's not for me though, but rather it's a birthday present for my brother. i'll probably end up reading it eventually though, since i enjoyed the few articles of his that i've read.

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    decided to resurrect this old thread by posting a few recent book purchases

    Ghost Rider: The Visual Guide by Andrew Darling

    Monster Blood Tattoo: Foundling by D.M. Cornish

    The Secret of Crickley Hall by James Herbert

    Assassin's Creed Renaissance by Oliver Bowden

    Assassin's Creed Brotherhood by Oliver Bowden

    The Judas Strain by James Rollins
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    Transformers Classics Vol 1 reprint of old school comics Marvel
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    Elderitch (sp) tales- Collection of Lovecraft stories.
    Hack Slash Obminbus vol 2 (got it for the Re-animator crossover)
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    Classic G.I. Joe - volume 12.

    I hadn't read most of the Marvel comics run before so i've been collecting IDW's reprints. Most of the stories have been pretty good up to now, but it looks like this is the point where the quality of both the writing & art goes downhill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sorceress View Post
    Elderitch (sp) tales- Collection of Lovecraft stories.
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    ah a fellow Lovecraft fan. I believe that it is spelt Eldritch but you were close. I don't have that particular collection but I do have "The Haunter of the Dark and Other Tales" and more recently "Necronomicon: The Best Weird Tales of H.P. Lovecraft" tho not recent enough for it to be put in my previous post
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    Dexter books.
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    The last book I bought was "Hell's Pawn" by fellow Orger, Jay Bell. Holy cow, was it AWESOME! And I appreciated the massive amount of research into various religions and mythologies that went the writing of this after-life adventure!
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    I kind of bought and read a bunch at once in the last month:

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    The Kane Chronicles: Throne Of Fire
    Hunger Games, Catching Fire, & Mocking Jay
    Heroes of Olympus: Son Of Neptune
    Eragon

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    I just bought:

    American Gods by Neil Gaiman;
    The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern;
    The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho; and
    X-Men by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee Omnibus - Volume 1

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    the sequel to bright young things...the name escapes me. Its YA
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfsfang View Post
    ah a fellow Lovecraft fan. I believe that it is spelt Eldritch but you were close. I don't have that particular collection but I do have "The Haunter of the Dark and Other Tales" and more recently "Necronomicon: The Best Weird Tales of H.P. Lovecraft" tho not recent enough for it to be put in my previous post
    I should get those ones too. I finally saw that Scooby Doo Mystery Inc episode(Shreiking Madness) that's a homage to Lovecraft last night. Was alot of fun and Jeffrey Combs as 'Hatecraft' was full of win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sorceress View Post
    I should get those ones too. I finally saw that Scooby Doo Mystery Inc episode(Shreiking Madness) that's a homage to Lovecraft last night. Was alot of fun and Jeffrey Combs as 'Hatecraft' was full of win.
    Lol, well it aint proper Lovecraft (or a homage) if it doesn't involve Mr Combs
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    Isaac Newton and the Transmutation of Alchemy -- a fascinating study of Newton's little known but massive studies into alchemy in general and The Philosopher's Stone in specific. Also, River of Perfumes, a novel written by my best friend Mike Stokey, regarding the Battle of Hue. (Mike served as military technical advisor on dozens of films ranging from Saving Private Ryan and Casualties of War to Band of Brothers and Starship Troopers. http://warriorsinc.com) His novel is riveting.

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    ordered Silverwing by Kenneth Oppel. I believe there was a cartoon series made of it but I have never seen it but the book sounds really really good
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfsfang View Post
    Lol, well it aint proper Lovecraft (or a homage) if it doesn't involve Mr Combs
    Well there is a unwritten rule that if it's Lovecraft Combs has to be involved! Even Transformers Prime has had refs (Stronger Faster) .
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    the walking dead compendium
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    I just bought "Out of Oz" by Gregory Maguire - the last book of The Wicked Years, though I don't know when I'll be getting around to read it. I'm so busy right now.
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