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Salude El Dia

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Seven Angels, Cathedral Of The New Age, Tales Of Old New Orleans, Works of Jack Vance, Gary Jennings, Robert E. Howard, etc, etc.

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I wrote 1508 days ago

This beautifully delicate and subtle wordplay makes for an intoxicating read! Backed. view book

I wrote 1509 days ago

I'm going to go out on a limb here, and back this book, even tho the author has not logged in for well over 2 months. A book this good (about old age and senility, no less!) from one so young is truly frightening. Marvelous natural writing skills. Please come back, sir, and claim your accolades. And... view book

I wrote 1510 days ago

Has all the fast-paced, unrelentingly realistic tension of a Crichton novel (early Crichton, before Jurassic Park). Backed. view book

I wrote 1510 days ago

"Giuseppe Tornatore". If the name means anything to you, I think you'll know why I mention it, as your book surely summons images (and thoughts and ideas on the human condition) from his films. If I could close my eyes to better imagine your settings, and meet your characters, I would, but then, I w... view book

I wrote 1513 days ago

This was a totally different read for me; very new, genre-wise, and extremely enlightening and enjoyable. The only thing that I've ever read that even comes close are the (James) Herriott books, and this seems to capture some of that same spirit. I would even buy this book, if it were published, for... view book

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