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Chris W. Sears

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Chris W. Sears is a child of the eighties. He likes Saturday morning cartoons, the Cthulhu Mythos, and Batman. He hopes his stories will make you smile

Average rating: 4.38 · 24 ratings · 14 reviews · 2 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Cats of Cthulhu

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Florence & Giles by John  Harding
Florence & Giles
by John Harding (Goodreads Author)
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Florence & Giles is a wonderfully eerie Gothic tale that pits a 12-year old girl against her cruel governess to protect her younger brother.

Florence is banned from reading by her absent uncle, and so she teaches herself and invariably gets some thing
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Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
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Six of Crows delivers everything you could ever want from a heist novel.

I appreciated the fantasy setting (and did not feel lost in spite of not yet having read the Shadow and Bone Trilogy), and that magic was a core part of the plan and the crew. I
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The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch
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A sympathetic band of roguish misfits plan an intricate heist in a fantasy grimdark setting. Some of the best cussing in literature.
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The Dream Daughter by Diane Chamberlain
The Dream Daughter
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Posting this one in honor of Mother’s Day. I first read Dream Daughter a few months after my daughter was born, not exactly knowing what to expect, and the heart of this story blew me away. It's not my typical genre, but as a fellow Sears, I felt com ...more
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Wesley the Owl by Stacey O'Brien
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Wesley the Owl is a delightful memoir about a scientist at Cal Tech who adopts a baby owl. The author's stories flowed really well and it was very easy to picture Wesley’s antics. It was heartwarming, charming, informative, and funny. For all pet par ...more
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Blood Price by Tanya Huff
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“Can one ex-policewoman and a vampire defeat the magic spawned evil which is devastating Toronto?”

Published in 1991, Blood Price is a gem of urban fantasy before the genre became so exceedingly popular. For me, Blood Price felt like coming home after
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Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You? by Dr. Seuss
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The story is well paced with a driving question that propels the narrative forward. Second person is always an interesting choice. In this situation, I think it meshed well with the overall tone of the story rather than being distracting. Personally, ...more
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In the Woods by Tana French
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In the Woods is a character drama disguised as a mystery. It won an Edgar Award in 2008 as Tana French’s debut novel. The writing style is exquisite and the author has this way of peeling away layers to show us the beating hearts of her characters.

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The Long Walk by Richard Bachman
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It’s probably no secret that I am a long time fan of Stephen King. Most recently, I’ve read one of the lesser known stories called The Long Walk. Published in 1979, The Long Walk is the second of the Bachman books.

The story follows Ray Garrity, one o
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