Mitchell Hattaway wrote:I'm about halfway through Justin Cronin's The Passage. Also dipping into Joe Hill's 20th Century Ghosts from time to time.
Gabriel Girard wrote:Mitchell Hattaway wrote:I'm about halfway through Justin Cronin's The Passage. Also dipping into Joe Hill's 20th Century Ghosts from time to time.
Hill is Stephen King's son right? Is this any good? Children following in their father's or mother's footsteps can sometimes be a good thing (Michael Douglas) or a bad thing (Brian Herbert). I'm intrigued about this since I know that Tabitha King also writes novels.
Mitchell Hattaway wrote:Yeah, that's him. I wasn't terribly impressed by his Heart-Shaped Box, but 20th Century Ghosts is damned good. I'd count two of the stories among the best short fiction I've read this decade.
Gabriel Girard wrote:I also love that book Harold. Mccammon is usually enjoyable, it's been a while since I've picked up up one of his books, Joyce and you make me want to do so.
molly1216 wrote:Have you tried the XP novels by Koontz specifically Fear Nothing and Seize the Night? those would be awesome filmed...
Steve T Power wrote:Pretty much all i can read and enjoy anymore is Robert E. Howard... I pick up something else, and i just think, "It's ok... but it ain't Howard..." I'm totally ruined. Just recently finished "Hour of the Dragon", which was Howard's only full length Conan work.
BrettCullum wrote:Oh... and STYPEE... I love RULES OF ATTRACTION. I really wish they had done better adapting it in to the film, but the cast was at least awesome. I just got through reading Bret's sequel to LESS THAN ZERO.... IMPERIAL BEDROOMS. He wants them to make it in to a movie with the same cast from ZERO. Good luck on getting Robert Downey Jr. back... it's a fast read too, though nowhere near as satisfying as it should be.
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