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Greg and 7 other people liked Dfordoom's review of The Goddess: A Demon:
The Goddess by Richard Marsh
"Richard Marsh (1857-1915) is best remembered today for his bizarre gothic novel The Beetle, which was published in the same year as Dracula and at the time outsold Stoker’s classic novel.

Marsh’s real name was Richard Heldmann. His father was a Ge..." Read more of this review »
The Lock and Key Library Classic Mystery and Detective Storie... by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
"This book was an interesting trip in mystery and ghost stories from the 19th century.

Granted a few of the stories were a bit on the confusing side, there were some hidden gems.

The last story had no author credit but it was well written. It will..." Read more of this review »
Andrina And Other Stories by George Mackay Brown
"The Orkney Islands sitting as they do off the northern tip of Scotland are a world onto themselves, part Scottish and part Viking. I have myself have visited the islands twice, once in 1976 and once in 1997. In fact, on my first visit, I even had..." Read more of this review »
Wheels Within by Charles V. DeVet
"Yet another free eBook... A pretty interesting fantasy/science fiction short story from the early 1950s. A man starts to believe his dreams are real and his real life is the dream, aaaand it's a short story, it's a free eBook. It's easy to suggest..." Read more of this review »
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Fly Trap by Frances Hardinge
Fly Trap (Fly By Night, #2)
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The Glass Bead Game by Hermann Hesse
" I'd say Steppenwolf. Even if you don't get on with it it has the virtue of being short in comparison to other works of Hesse. "
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Ismail Kadare

“There are perhaps many causes worth dying for, but to me, certainly, there are none worth killing for.”
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