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Nashy
Light as a Feather | Zoe Aarsen
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Life has taken me places I never expected to be. I'm happy and sad and confused as to why I'm where I am today but I am taking it one step at a time. Specially with all my books, friends and family by my side. ❤

BethM Hugs! 3d
Nashy @BethM thank youu 3d
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johncadams
Portent | James Herbert

“Glass mixed with blood had spattered the car's windows, a sickening split-second after-effect. He watched as the woman slowly sank to her knees beside the cloven corpse.“

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johncadams
Portent | James Herbert

“It was the girl, the top of her dark hair blazed red by the sun through the porch windows, and even though her small face was in shadow, the extraordinary blueness of her eyes was still evident.“

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ReadingOver50
Where the Dead Go to Die | Mark Allan Gunnells, Aaron Dries
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Pickpick

This is a zombie book which asks the question "if a person is infected but hasn't turned yet, should you show them mercy or kill on sight?". There is no cure. Emily gets a job as a nurse at a hospice, taking care of the infected. Every day to get to work, she crosses a picket line of people who want to kill all the infected. This is fast moving. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. This stays with you after you read it.

Reggie Thank you for this. I love any story zombie so stacked!! 1w
annkuch13 I loved this one so much!! 1w
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johncadams
Portent | James Herbert

“A low rumble began to build from below and time-eroded rocks started to crumble and break. The deep waters became turbulent; they seemed to boil in agitation. Old currents were redirected, new ones initiated. Surface waters became choppy.“

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khooliha
Pickpick

I am shocked and delighted at how no character managed to accomplish a single thing other than ruining their own lives.

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ReadingOver50
Ghoul | Brian Keene
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Pickpick

After starting this book, I realized that I had seen the movie Ghoul a few years back. Reading the book really helped elaborate on some things in the movie that weren't quite clear. Almost worse than the ghoul itself, are the relationships of Barry and Doug with their respective parents. I get that lots of kids have abusive parents, but it is hard to read about. And the epilogue was quite disturbing/depressing.

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johncadams
Portent | James Herbert

“Nello had always lived in fear and awe of his aunt, and he was not the only one on the island to do so. She was a rake of a woman, who relished her own reputation as a witch and who never let one day pass without casting a spell or brewing a potion.“

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annkuch13
Where the Dead Go to Die | Mark Allan Gunnells, Aaron Dries
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Pickpick

I love a good zombie book, and this one ended up being one of my top 10 books of the year. The real horror comes from the loss of control and hatred of other people. It drives home the idea of a person's right to be treated as a person. This book is heartfelt and haunting. It's going to stick with me for a long time.

TW: rape (discussion not scene), gore, nursing home/end of life care

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khooliha

Bigfoot just threw a rattlesnake at a person, if you were wondering how The Spirit was going.