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Thom and the Heads
Oct 27, 2010

Farscape is actually pretty cool.


Ornamented Death posted:

The current darling of the review world is Devil's Creek by Todd Keisling. I'm about a quarter of the way through and really enjoying it.

Just started this this morning. Very early on but I'm digging it!

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Thom and the Heads
Oct 27, 2010

Farscape is actually pretty cool.


I'm very close to finishing it and I'm finding myself really enjoying it. Fun book!

Thom and the Heads
Oct 27, 2010

Farscape is actually pretty cool.


Fallom posted:

I liked Wounds better than NALM because at the time I read them I was not remotely in the mood for the dreamy metaphors for the American condition in the latter and totally in the mood for the creepy hell skulls in the former.

Well I'm sold

Thom and the Heads
Oct 27, 2010

Farscape is actually pretty cool.


Finished Wounds today. Good poo poo, loved it. Thanks to everyone who recommended it. Enjoyed all of the stories but The Maw, The Butcher's Table and Skullpocket are probably my top 3. Reading NALM next.

Thom and the Heads
Oct 27, 2010

Farscape is actually pretty cool.


Thom and the Heads posted:

Finished Wounds today. Good poo poo, loved it. Thanks to everyone who recommended it. Enjoyed all of the stories but The Maw, The Butcher's Table and Skullpocket are probably my top 3. Reading NALM next.

I finished North American Lake Monsters last night. I liked it a lot - I think Wounds is definitely the better collection but I think The Good Husband might be the most affecting story I read out of the two.

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